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 [...]

2020-12-26T15:42:18+00:00July 4th, 2018|Categories: Living Will|Tags: , , |

Why Should I Sign a Living Will in South Carolina?

What would you do if someone you loved had been in a severe accident and was now on life support? Would it take more courage to keep them alive or to pull the plug? Who in your family would get to decide? What if it were you who was critically injured and now on life [...]

What Are Advanced Health Care Directives in South Carolina?

As a Probate Attorney located in Summerville, South Carolina, I am often asked about advanced directives and how it will affect them. This is a fundamental document that needs to be executed during your life to ensure that you receive the kind of health care you want if you are ever incapacitated. Having an advance directive [...]

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