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Elder Law & Estate Planning Center

Brian T. Treacy, LLC


The Elder Law & Estate Planning Center (located in Bluffton , South Carolina) is a full service South Carolina Estate Planning Law Firm. Elder Law & Estate Planning focuses on fundamental estate planning, Elder Law, Veterans benefits, wills & trust planning, powers of attorney, Medicaid application & qualification, long-term care planning, probate & estate administration, Medicaid crisis planning, special needs & disability planning, Aid & Attendance qualification, charitable planning, estate tax planning, and asset protection. Elder Law & Estate Planning services families and individuals throughout Bluffton, Beaufort, Hilton Head, and Hardeeville, SC 

Brian T. Treacy,

Owner, Attorney

Rebekah N. Freeman,

Associate Attorney

Call Today: +1.843.757.5294

10 Pinckney Colony Road, #400, Bluffton SC, 29909               

Many questions arise after the death of a spouse.  "Is it necessary to update my estate planning documents now that my spouse has passed away?"  Attorney Rebekah Freeman addresses this question. 

Senior Network Segment

with Rebekah Freeman, Esq.

Series 1

Senior Network Segment

with Rebekah Freeman, Esq.

Episode 2
Updating Documents
Have you recently moved to South  Carolina from another state?  Are you wondering if your out of state estate planning documents are valid and reliable in South Carolina? Attorney Rebekah Freeman explains what you should know. 

Series 1


Attorney Rebekah Freeman answers the top five most frequently asked questions about estate planning.  To learn more, sign up for one of our informative workshops.  We'll give you the facts that you can count on!

Episode 1
Out of State Documents

Series 1

Rebekah Freeman discusses options for distributing assets to charities, non-profit organizations.
We are often asked "how often should I change or update my estate planning documents?" Attorney Rebekah Freeman discusses when and how to change your documents. 

It is always recommended to consult with a qualified estate planning attorney. 

Episode 3
Updating documents after the death of a spouse
Rebekah Freeman discusses estate planning procrastination.

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