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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,
Rebekah N. Freeman,
10 Pinckney Colony Road, #201, Bluffton SC, 29909
Wills: DIY Estate Planning
An abundance of information is at our fingertips. Any question we have can be answered by a few strokes on a keyboard. With all that information readily available, it is no surprise the Do It Yourself (DIY) movement has exploded. Included DIY Legal Documents.
Wills: Wills and Second Marriages
Spouses usually want to make sure the survivor of them is provided with sufficient resources to remain in comfort for the remainder of his/her life. But what happens when, for example, he/she leaves all of their assets to the second spouse for her benefit, and nothing to his/her heirs from a prior marriage?
Wills: Personal Representative Requirements
Being the personal representative of an estate is not a task to take lightly. A Personal Representative is the person responsible for managing the administration of a deceased individual's estate. Although the time and effort involved will vary with the size of the estate, you will have important duties that must be completed.
Wills: Will Contests
A Will contest usually happens when heirs surprised by what a Will says. When heirs are surprised by the contents of a Will, it is usually because they thought they were going to receive something, and your intent was for them to get very little or nothing. There are several reasons Wills are contested. Contesting a will inevitably draws out the Probate Process and causing stress, more money, and more time over an estate.
Wills: Last Will and Testament
If you own assets in your name alone, those assets may pass from you to the people you designate, through a will. Without a will, your assets pass according to the State's rules, also known as intestacy.