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After years of hard work, you are living a stable and comfortable life. You may be retired or still working, but you should be able to enjoy these years, secure after the careful planning of a career. It is a natural concern, however, to be worried about what will happen as the years progress. There are often many factors to consider. Perhaps you have a disabled child or a parent you fear will soon need specialized care. Maybe you are worried about how your spouse will manage the finances without you. You may even own your own business and stress about how it will change hands. The experienced legal team at Stratton & Reynolds, LLC understands the need for the thoughtful planning for every estate and business. Though it may feel like an overwhelming task, planning for the future can help provide peace of mind and preserve assets for your loved ones.
Types of Cases Our Lexington Law Firm Handles
Though it is not always pleasant to think about, growing older is often accompanied by complications and changes. Making decisions and forming a plan for yourself, your spouse, your children, your parents or your business now can ease the transition when the day comes to put that plan into action. The team at Stratton & Reynolds, LLC works specifically in these areas:
If you are unsure if your needs fall into one of these categories or even what your specific needs are, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Why Should South Carolina Residents Choose Us?
You may not be certain of how legal assistance can help. Then, it can be daunting to find the right lawyer. At Stratton & Reynolds, LLC, we know these conversations can be difficult. We understand that our clients need clear information and sound advice. As the authors of two books on the matter, we have a thorough understanding of the complex estate and elder issues. We provide our clients with both a friendly face and a knowledgeable resource.
There are many different ways to protect your business, to leave property to children, to plan estates for loved ones who may not be able to make decisions themselves, and to help family members who are unexpectedly incapacitated. With the help of a skilled attorney, it is possible to avoid probate in South Carolina altogether. We use industry-leading software to design a plan specific to each client, taking advantage of the most current trends and practices in our field. We ensure that each client has a plan that is effective and custom built, following up with free reviews even after the work is complete and the documents are signed.
Though it is best to consider these issues before an immediate need arises, we understand that life happens. Our legal team can also provide swift guidance to those faced with emergency elder or estate needs.
Ways to Learn More About Our Lexington Elder Law & Estate Planning Law Firm
There are many opportunities to learn more about who we are and the services we provide. We invite you to call our office at 803-358-7214 to have your questions answered by an experienced member of our team. We also provide free information on our website, as well as free copies of our books, 5 Reasons a Simple Will Might Not Be Enough and The Top 10 Mistakes Personal Representatives Make and How to Avoid Them. Additionally, we periodically host free seminars to help keep people updated and informed about estate, probate, and elder law issues.
We represent people all over the state of South Carolina, and especially in the Midlands area including Lexington, Lexington County, Richland County, Columbia, Chapin, Irmo, Aiken, and Saluda. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation to learn more about planning and providing for your future.