The State of South Carolina has a plan for you called “intestate succession”. After someone steps forward to begin the probate process he or she will address payment of various debts and estate expenses, like the funeral, last medical bills, last utilities, legal fees, probate costs, etc. After these expenses are paid, then what remains…Read more
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In the State’s discussion on reducing Medicaid funding is there something more South Carolina citizens should know?Yes. First, Medicaid in South Carolina is over a dozen different programs. One program covers only poor children and another severely handicapped children whose parents are just slightly over federal...Read more
I want to sell the property, but wondered how to convey the deed when I find a buyer. At the very least the deed over to the new owner will...Read more
Q. I believe my adult mentally challenged brother is not receiving proper care in the residential facility and his doctor records should support this. I tried reporting things the direct...Read more
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