Last Will and Testament
Don't let the state decide who will have your property and possessions when you pass. A Will allows you to decide the people who will receive your property and how it will be transferred.
A trust allows you to safeguard property for your loved ones and ensures your wishes will be honored. Although it has traditionally been considered a tool for the rich, a trust can ensure the resources you leave for your loved ones will be used to their full benefit.
A Living Will is how you speak about your last illness when you can no longer speak for yourself. If you have strong feelings about the effort you want expended to extend your life, a Living Will is the document where you can express these wishes.
Durable Power of Attorney
Similar to a Living Will, a Durable Power of Attorney allows you to identify someone who can speak on your behalf and make healthcare decisions for you when you cannot speak for yourself.
Power of Attorney
This versatile document identifies someone to act and speak on your behalf in a broad range of areas specifically tailored to suit your wishes and needs. A person holding a Power of Attorney stands in your shoes and can take many legal actions on your behalf.
Incapacity and Long-Term Care Planning
Let me help you navigate the many options available to assist in providing nursing home care for your loved ones. Whether it is Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, or other benefits we can help you get care you need.
Probate Administration and Litigation
I am here to guide you through the complicated maze of South Carolina Probate Court to ensure your loved one's estate is handed correctly, quickly, and efficiently. When things do not go smoothly, I will leverage my litigation experience to ensure a just outcome.