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Wills and Trusts in South Carolina: Call (943) 593-0399

As you look toward the future, you may realize the need to establish a will and / or trust in your estate planning. Having a trust in place can hold the legal title to property for another individual who is called the beneficiary. A last will and testament can help ensure that your family and property is protected. Additionally, proper estate planning can help avoid adverse tax consequences.

Why Choose Our Columbia Estate Planning Attorneys?

  • Law firm serving South Carolina for 40+ years
  • Attorneys chosen for Super Lawyers® and Best Lawyers®
  • Accredited with the Better Business Bureau
  • Dedicated, personalized legal care for each client

If you do not have a plan in place and become incapacitated or pass away, it can cause unnecessary hardship and problems for your loved ones. Take action now with Finkel Law Firm LLC. Work with a Columbia estate planning lawyers who can help you prepare for the future.

Preparing for the Future in Charleston and Columbia

Estate Planning Attorneys in Columbia and Charleston, SCWhy should you have a last will and testament? A will lets you:

  • Leave your property to specific people / organizations
  • Name a person as guardian over your minor children
  • Name a trusted person to manage your property
  • Name a personal representative

You will also need to make sure all your legal bases are covered, otherwise your will could be disputed or tossed out. In order to create a will in South Carolina, you will need to sign it in front of two witnesses and have your witnesses sign the document. Because the State of South Carolina has adopted many provisions of the Uniform Probate Code, having a trust may be beneficial to save time and resources for you and your loved ones. Discover how Finkel Law Firm LLC can help you protect your estate and your legacy.


If you have questions regarding wills and trusts, contact Finkel Law Firm LLC today!


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