Living or revocable trusts are effective estate planning tools that can avoid the hassle and cost of probate and ease the transition of assets after the death of a grantor. Clients often think that because their trust contains some, if not all, of their assets, that they only need a living trust to direct distribution…Read more
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Q. Any updates on how a fiduciary accesses digital assets? A. South Carolina passed the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act in 2016 which gives agents under a duly...Read more
But as my largest asset I want to be sure I can leave it to my three children and avoid probate. What should I do? Individual retirement accounts or IRAs...Read more
Q. What mistakes should a person avoid when doing a will? A. I have chosen the five[i] following mistakes to avoid. NOT HAVING A WILL IN THE FIRST PLACE IS...Read more
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