Stephanie Bowers is our Client Intake Specialist. Steph graduated from Colleton County High School and took classes at Trident Tech and Columbia College. She is married to Teresa’s son Michal and they have two children Bayleigh, age 6 and Austin age 4.
- Advance Directives
- Revocable Trusts
- Can a non-South Carolina resident serve as the personal representative of an estate?
- How does an elective share work?
- I am planning to travel abroad with friends, not family. I have a living will and a health care power of attorney naming my daughter as my agent. Are these documents still valid in another country?
People of modest means with total assets between $25,000 to $500,000 should talk with an elder law attorney about Medicaid planning. Planning may be addressed as part of their general...
YES 1. What requirements must be met for a couple to be recognized as common law married in South Carolina? ♦ The couple must agree to be married. ♦ The...
Several years ago she remarried. Is she entitled to any pension assistance now that she needs assisted living? The pension eligibility criteria for surviving spouses include the following: (1) Can...
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