The Raleigh law firm recognizes the value of planning at every stage of life and is honored to be in a position to help three deserving students with education expenses as they pursue their college careers.

RALEIGH, NC, July 09, 2020 /Neptune100/ — The Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC is pleased to award three scholarships totaling $4,500 to deserving students who were chosen as winners of the firm’s 2020 essay contest.

The law firm congratulates

• 1st Place—Akshita Raghuvanshi
• 2nd Place—Yuri Bautista-Mendez
• 3rd Place—Carter Askins.

The applicants for the scholarships were asked to submit essays on one of three topics. The winners all wrote essays addressing the topic of leaving a legacy and the different kinds of legacies that one may want to leave behind.

In her winning essay, Akshita Raghuvanshi wrote, “Leaving a legacy could be a fortune donated to charity, a radical discovery that changed the world, or simply having loved your family and inspired them to do well in your name. Anything is a legacy if it endures and inspires.”

As lawyers who focus on estate planning, trusts and elder law, the attorneys at Brady Cobin Law Group recognize the value of understanding our clients’ goals and aspirations and helping them do careful planning to achieve their goals. Planning is important for people at every stage in life. The attorneys at Brady Cobin Law Group work to honor the life, work and charity of each client we represent.

Brady Cobin Law Group recognizes that obtaining a good education is an important step to pursuing a fulfilling career and achieving other life goals.

The law firm received many creative essay submissions and we congratulate all of those who submitted entries. The three students chosen as winners will receive scholarship prizes in the following amounts to be used for education expenses:

1st Place—$2,500
2nd Place—$1,500
3rd Place—$500

About Brady Cobin Law Group

Based in Raleigh, North Carolina, the estate and elder law attorneys at Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC focus on understanding our clients’ goals and needs related to estate planning and probate matters. Attorney R. Dan Brady is recognized by the North Carolina State Bar as a Board-Certified Specialist in Estate Planning and Probate Law. His background as a certified public accountant also informs his understanding of the tax implications of every legal decision. Attorney Andrew J. Cobin also is a board-certified specialist in estate planning and probate law. He strives to help individuals and families make carefully considered decisions about estate planning to provide financial security. Cobin previously served our nation as a judge advocate general in the U.S. Navy for seven years.