Helping Clients in South Carolina Formulate Estate Plans and Avoid Probate
Effective estate planning provides a clear plan for your future and the future of those you love. More than just a simple will, estate plans cover a wide range of situations and exist to protect both assets and family relationships. With an effective plan in place, South Carolina families can avoid probate and the divisive family arguments that often accompany the emotional decisions about elder care and inheritance.
Every estate is unique and requires the knowledge and care of an experienced estate planning attorney. The dedicated legal team at Stratton & Reynolds, LLC, employs industry-leading technology which assists us as we craft an effective plan to meet your unique needs and ensure your goals are accomplished when the time comes.
Whether planning for the future of your own estate or are wading through the estate of a loved one who has recently passed away, you want the legal process to move smoothly and efficiently. You or your loved one want to leave a lasting legacy, not one muddied by a long, expensive legal experience for your family. The knowledgeable legal team at Stratton & Reynolds, LLC, wants to help you meet those goals. Our years of experience and use of industry-leading technology can help provide you with peace of mind, knowing your family will reap the most benefit from your estate.
To that end, we can help draft legal documents to protect your assets from probate and reduce the taxes and fees often associated with the division of an estate. In South Carolina, it is possible to avoid probate entirely with properly drafted and executed trusts. If you are ready to plan for your future or you are looking for help sorting through a loved one’s estate, call us today at (803) 358-7214 or take a minute to fill out the contact form to learn more.
The legal team at Stratton & Reynolds, LLC, is dedicated to providing compassionate, competent service to their clients. We understand the unique challenges that face the aging population, and can help you form a plan that meets the needs and goals of you and your family members as they grow older. Our elder law attorneys anticipate the challenges you will face and help plan for them now. When you or a loved one is ready to enter a skilled care facility or important medical decisions need to be made, the situation can be made less stressful with the aid of a comprehensive elder care plan.