Berger & Kindberg Law, PA

Firm Overview

At Berger & Kindberg Law, our Charlotte estate planning and administration attorneys can help you plan for your family's future. We can ensure that your assets and property are administered according to your wishes. We also help business owners integrate their company's plans into a family estate plan. In addition, we provide dedicated assistance with the administration of an estate to make sure that all assets are distributed according to the terms of a will and to the law.

If you wish to establish a plan for the future, or need help with the probate of a loved one's property, we are here to help. Call today for a free consultation. We are conveniently located in Charlotte.
Main Office
Main Office
5950 Fairview Road
Suite 808
Charlotte  NC  28210
  • 704.553.7512
Estate Planning
Probate and estate administration legal services that our North Carolina attorneys provide include:
- Collection and distribution of assets
- Inventory of personal and business property
- Coordination with executors, trustees and guardians
- Payment of debts, taxes and funeral costs
- Examination of the decedent's life insurance policy
- Administration of trusts
- Will contests
- Probate litigation
Estate litigation can arise in several different ways. This is true even when the estate is planned carefully.
When someone dies, sometimes the pain of loss can be made worse by conflict about the estate. But as difficult as this may be, it's important to protect your interests fully until issues are resolved.

At Berger & Kindberg Law, our attorneys know how to sort out these disputes effectively, in ways that make sense for our clients. We encourage you to give us a call today at our Charlotte area office to discuss your specific situation.

Our law firm is experienced in a full range of cases, including those involving:

Will contests
Fiduciary incompetence or misconduct
Trustee or executor removal
Contested probate

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Because we are well-versed in this area of the law, we have the versatility to represent either beneficiaries or fiduciaries, depending on the case.

In some cases, aggressive litigation is unavoidable. In others, skillful negotiation can resolve the dispute favorably for our client. Using our extensive knowledge of probate and estate matters, we will pursue the most favorable outcome for your particular circumstances.

We are well-aware of how sensitive estate litigation can be. Other these cases pit family member against family member, in heartbreaking ways.

Our law firm has the subtlety to navigate these strong emotions in ways that recognize the human dimension while still insisting on respect for our clients' rights.

As proud as we are of our professional expertise, we bring unique personal qualities and approaches to our jobs, such as:

We turn problems into opportunities.
We add value to any situation.
We dedicate at least one of our skilled lawyer's efforts to your matter. That attorney will be your point of contact throughout.
We insist on maximum availability to you, and return all messages promptly.
We combine the traditions of law with high-tech methods to create workable solutions.
We are determined to get to the "finish line" of your matter. For instance, in real estate transactions, we say "If it can close, we can close it."

Hal Berger

His business, real estate and estate planning savvy and in-depth legal comprehension is attributed to his extensive background. A unique combination of education, Certified Public Accountant for over 20 years and business experience plus practicing law for over a decade, has enabled him to truly understand the needs of his clients and have the skills to recognize opportunities and solve their problems, effectively, efficiently and economically.

Hal Berger cares and is committed to providing exceptional personal attention to all of his clients with attention to detail and that personal one on one experience that is so important in legal matters. He has worked with hundreds of businesses and Estate Plans and conducted thousands of real estate closings over the years.

He focuses his practice in residential and commercial real estate transactions representing buyers, sellers and lenders. He also represents buyers and sellers of businesses in their business transactions and entity formation as well as representing individuals in drafting estate planning documents including powers of attorney, living wills, wills and trusts using techniques to avoid or minimize probate, reduce taxes, address privacy concerns and designate agents for medical and asset decisions.

He is a member of the NC Bar Association, Mecklenburg County Bar Association and Mecklenburg County Real Property Council. Attorney Berger has a daughter Sydney.
Areas of Practice

Residential and Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Real Estate Litigation. Partition Action and Quiet Title Suits
Commercial Lease Negotiation
Business Law
Business Formation, Choice of Entity
Buy Sell Agreements
Wills and Trusts
Family Law

Bar Admissions

North Carolina, 1998

Professional Associations and Memberships

North Carolina Bar Association, Member
Mecklenburg County Bar Association, Member
Mecklenburg County Real Property Council, Member
  • Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan
  • Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

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