The Hart Law Group is a North Carolina Professional Corporation formed by Mary Hart in 2006. We focus our practice in the areas of estate and trust planning and administration, probate, guardianships, domestic partnership planning, family law including collaborative divorce, custody and child support, residential and commercial real estate closings, transactions and contracts, property disputes, corporate and business law, 1031 tax-deferred exchanges, medicaid planning, self-directed IRAs, and civil litigation.
Here at The Hart Law Group, we realize that buying and selling real property, planning for your death or disability, starting a business or engaging in litigation are stressful occasions. We've developed an atmosphere intended to make your experience as comfortable as possible. We pride ourselves in offering down-to-earth solutions, approachable demeanors, accessibility, creativity and compassion in our advocacy for your needs. Our web site is developed to help you through your process.
Please browse though our pages, get to know a little about us and make use of the tools we have available for you. We look forward to meeting you.
The Hart Law Group is sponsoring an upcoming local conference - LGBT in the South: Advocacy Within and Beyond the Law.
February 28th and a free session on March 1st.
Learn more at the official conference website: www.lgbtinthesouth.com
February 4th is the registration deadline! Reserve your space now! Register here →
Have you seen The Hart Law Group's feature in the January 2014 issue of WNC Woman? Read it online! →
The Hart Law Group offers:
- Broad legal experience in North Carolina Residential Real Estate Law, Commercial Real Estate Law, Estate Planning and Estate and Trust Administration, Probate and Guardianships, Medicaid Planning, Corporate and Business Law, including business succession planning, and Asset Protection Planning.
- Committed, friendly and professional lawyers and staff
- Comfortable and convenient offices in the heart of historic downtown Asheville
- Convenient on-street metered parking, flexible office hours and reasonable fees
How to plan and prepare for the time when someone dies?
Every year over 2 million American families face the question "what to do when somebody dies". Most lack a clear idea of what to do when a loved one passes. Feelings of being overwhelmed are common around the time of death of a friend or family member. Fortunately, The Hart Law Group and a qualified network of referral professionals are ready to assist when you need a checklist, professional support, and organizational tools to help do the right things when someone dies. The Hart Law Group makes it easier for families by providing a complementary online step-by-step process describing what to do before, during, and after the time when somebody dies. Read more >>.