Have you thought about what will happen to your family after you die? No one likes to consider that possibility, but it is an important question. If you die without leaving a will, your family and loved ones will not know your final wishes. They will also be faced with the grueling process of probating your estate.
Instead of avoiding the issue, contact me, attorney Danny Wilson. I can help you think about the future and set up a will that makes sense for your family. Let's talk; I can guide you through the process so you don't feel overwhelmed. To get started, please call Wilson Law Office, LLC, at 843-847-6161 today.
A simple will is all it takes to lay out the basic plan for your estate. Even people who do not have a lot of money need a will. You can specify who gets your possessions, including your house. You can also name people as guardians of your children. A will lets you choose who will be the executor of your estate, as well.
If you die intestate (without a will), your estate will be divided and distributed according to South Carolina law. If your death leaves minor children without parents, the court will decide who becomes their guardian. Do you want to let the state make these decisions for you?
A will also protects your assets from the state after you die by transferring them to people you choose. In this way, wills eliminate some of the time and expense of probate. All estates pass through probate, but a will saves time and money. It also eliminates the need for your family to make often contentious and complex decisions during their grief.
If you are ready to discuss your will, please call 843-847-6161 or contact me online. Your consultation is free.
W. Danny Wilson Jr.
I am a lifelong South Carolina resident
who is proud to be part of this community.
I understand the people here, the way
of life and the legal problems many face. With my military family background, I
also understand many of the issues
that arise at the Naval Weapons Station