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Protecting Your Property from Adverse Possession in South Carolina

If you’re like most people, your home is your most valuable asset. It’s an excellent investment that not only gives you a comfortable place to live but also can potentially make some money in the future. For that reason, it’s important to protect it at all costs. Being aware of the dangers of trespassers is [...]

2018-11-26T17:43:23+00:00November 26th, 2018|Categories: Real Estate|Tags: , |

What Is an Easement in South Carolina?

Imagine that you’ve found the perfect starter home on a charming plot of land. You’ve acquired the property, you’re starting to unpack, and you’re looking forward to doing some nesting in your new house. Then, you see one of your neighbors driving across your property on the way to run errands. A little frustrating, right? [...]

What You Need to Know About Deeds and Property Transfers in South Carolina

For many people, terms like “deeds” or “property” bring to mind games of Monopoly around a table with friends or family. While the game of Monopoly does give some insight into the world of property deeds, understanding property deeds go far beyond their use in a children’s board game. Indeed, property deeds have very real [...]

2018-10-11T20:09:41+00:00September 28th, 2018|Categories: Real Estate|Tags: , , , , |

The Ins and Outs of Property Titles in South Carolina

The success that people experience with owning and transferring property can be heavily influenced by a title they have and how they are affected by the law. Real property stands out among alternatives by aiming to show who owns a house, apartment and similar establishments, and attorneys such as Watts Law Firm PA serves to [...]

2018-12-04T07:11:01+00:00August 21st, 2018|Categories: Real Estate|Tags: , , , |

Estate Planning in South Carolina When You Don’t Have Children

Estate planning for after death is incredibly important, especially for your loved ones. 56 percent of Americans claim they don’t have a will. Typically, belongings are passed to a surviving spouse or children. But what if you don’t have any children? If you don’t have a will. Your estate might end up with family members [...]

2018-10-16T20:19:54+00:00July 4th, 2018|Categories: Living Will|Tags: , , |

Why You Should Draft a Will in South Carolina

As an estate planning attorney in Summerville, SC, I know that planning for when you’re gone is a scary but necessary action to take. Plenty of people wait until the last moment to think about what will happen to their belongings when they’re gone. That, however, is not an awesome idea. Considering that you don’t [...]

2018-10-16T20:33:39+00:00June 21st, 2018|Categories: Estate Planning, Probate|Tags: , |