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Charles Evan Lohr

Charles Evan Lohr

Estate Litigation Attorney
  • Probate, Estate Planning, Elder Law
  • North Carolina
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Summary

Evan Lohr is an attorney in Raleigh, NC. He focuses his practice on estate and trust litigation, serious personal injury, and general civil litigation. He has also represented hundreds of clients in estate planning, probate administration, and guardianship matters. Evan graduated with a B.A. in political science from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2006 and received his law degree from the University of Tennessee. He is a past editor of The Administrative Lawyer, a publication of the North Carolina Bar Association. A Raleigh native, Evan is a graduate of Sanderson High School and is past president of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.

Practice Areas
  • Probate
  • Estate Planning
  • Elder Law
Additional Practice Areas
  • Will, Trust, and Estate Litigation
  • Eminent Domain
  • Real Estate Litigation
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
    The availability of contingency fees depends on the facts and circumstances of each case.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
North Carolina
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Editor, the Administrative Lawyer newsletter
North Carolina Bar Association
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Education
University of Tennessee College of Law
J.D.
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Honors: Harold C. Warner Centurion Scholarship, John F. Schrankel Scholarship, University of Tennessee College of Law Scholarship
Professional Associations
Wake County Bar Association
Member
Current
North Carolina Bar Association
Member
Current
Publications
Articles & Publications
The Administrative Lawyer
North Carolina Bar Association
A Year of Recognition: An Interview with Senior Administrative Law Judge Fred G. Morrison, Jr.
North Carolina Bar Association, Administrative Lawyer newsletter
Legal Answers
20 Questions Answered

Q. A relative "acquired" some property after the passing of my mother. They refuse to return the property to the estate.
A: Hello, I am sorry for your loss. The best option for your situation is for the person who is executor or administrator of the estate to file a petition to recover personal property with the clerk of court to try and have the property returned. Feel free to contact me if you’d like further assistance. Evan Lohr Attorney 919-348-9211
Q. My dad will need assisted living in the near future. In NC can a non-family member purchase the condo
A: A person’s primary residence isn’t considered a countable asset for Medicaid purposes if they intend to return to the home (this is a very low standard to meet) so owning it wouldn’t impact his eligibility to qualify. Any cash that he received from the sale of the home would count against his Medicaid eligibility, however. If he keeps ownership of the condo, the main issue would be Medicaid seeking estate recovery after his death. There are a number of ways to avoid this. Feel free to contact me if you’d like to discuss further. Evan Lohr Attorney at Law (919)348-9211
Q. In NC, my stepfather revoked an amendment to his trust by writing revoked, dating and initialling. Legal?
A: Although it depends on the surrounding circumstances, if he was competent and not subject to undue influence or duress the revocation of the amendment would probably be considered valid by a court. You should definitely discuss this further with an attorney. Evan Lohr Attorney (919)348-9211 evan@lohrnc.com
Q. There are 6 heirs .My parents passed away and I have filed for my as I there doctors say I'm disability but want pay me
A: Hello, Feel free to contact me at 919-348-9211 or evan@lohrnc.com. I think I can help you but need more details. Thank you, Evan Lohr Attorney
Q. If executor of estate/will does NOT inform 1 of 3 heirs of estate is that illegal?
A: If the executor has been appointed by the clerk of court and probate opened, then an inventory of the property should be filed along with periodic accountings. Please feel free to contact me if you'd like to discuss further. Thank you, Evan Lohr Attorney (919)348-9211 evan@lohrnc.com
Q. Can someone from Kentucky have there name on a deed in north Carolina
A: Yes.
Q. Can this property be passed on to one adult child without complications?
A: I’m glad to provide a brief free consultation to discuss your options. Your goals shouldn’t be difficult to accomplish with an attorney’s help. Best regards, Evan Lohr (919) 348-9211 Evan@lohrnc.com
Q. My mom passed 4 years ago and her will has never been through probate because the property is mortgaged. I am not in
A: There are ways that you can compel the production of a will - or if no will is produced you can open an intestate estate. I recommend that you discuss further with a lawyer - I'm glad to help. Thank you, Evan Lohr Attorney (919)348-9211 evan@lohrnc.com
Q. what documents do I need to transfer my house into a Revocable Living Trust ?
A: You will need a deed conveying the property to the trustee. I’m glad to help if you need it. Thank you, Evan Lohr 919-348-9211 Evan@lohrnc.com
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Lohr and Lohr PLLC
4242 Six Forks Rd.
Suite 1550
Raleigh, NC 27609
USA
Telephone: (919) 348-9211