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 Among other things I was told it was outdated.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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Q. My mother has some fault in a small car accident. I’m concerned that she doesn’t have enough car insurance and think she should place her life savings beyond the...
Death is a part of life – but for the surviving family it is a time of stress, both emotional coping with loss and knowing what to do to handle...
Some attorneys and financial planners prefer living trusts as a primary estate planning vehicle, but each have their usefulness. Wills can be prepared inexpensively, are familiar and understood by the...
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