What is a life estate deed? The short answer is a life estate deed separates ownership of real property between two different parties. Often, but not always, the parties are the parents or one parent, and a child or more than one child, and sometimes grandchildren. One party gets life time use of the property and...Read more
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- My Mom’s power of attorney was prepared some years ago in another state. When I took a copy to her local bank it was refused. Among other things I was told it was outdated. Does Mom need to have a new one prepared?
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- I am confused is there more than one kind of probate in South Carolina.
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After a recent cut in work hours, I’ve been thinking of changing directions, retiring in my early 60’s and starting my own business. I see you also advise small businesses....
When my Father passed some years ago the flag ceremony performed by two active duty sailors at his grave side was part of the memorial to our loved one who...
I have a health care power of attorney for my mother, but don’t clearly understand what events other than being near death would trigger my authority to act. Mom is...
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