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.
Separation, unlike divorce itself, poses unique estate planning prob- lems because living separate and apart does not in and of itself create a situation where the estranged spouse would be...
Unless restricted by court order, the non-custodial parent has unsupervised visitation, equal access to school and medical records, and may attend any public event in which the child is participating....
Yes. If you think about it simple sweetheart wills that give all to the spouse then to the children, but only if the spouse predeceases, effectively initially disinherits the children....
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