There are several options when it comes to creating a will. One of the most important aspects of a will is that it divides your assets and property after your death. A will can also be used to establish guardianship for children. These are important decisions, which is why a will is such an important document for everyone to have.

Creating a will is often straightforward, and an experienced attorney can ensure that your will covers everything you want and distributes your assets as you wish. A lawyer can also help make sure you are properly following state procedures. State laws vary, and it is important that your will follows South Carolina law.

Does Estate Planning Require More Than A Will?

A will is the document most people think of first when it comes to estate planning. However, it is not the only thing to think about when planning your estate. Other important parts of an estate plan may include:

  • A trust
  • Power of attorney
  • Living will

You may not need all of these as part of your estate plan, but we can help you sort through the documents that best serve your needs. Everyone’s concerns are different. The estate plan that works best for you depends on a variety of factors and what you want for your estate in the long term.

We Can Answer Your Questions

If you have questions about wills or estate planning in Greenville, we can help. Call us at 864-616-1468 or email us to find out more.