PROBATE, TRUST ADMINISTRATION and BENEFICIARY REPRESENTATION
Helping You. Process.
Daphne, Alisa, Cathy and Jill
Olivetti, McCray & Withrow, LLC
A loved one has died. What happens next? The emotional challenges of coping with the death of a loved one can be compounded when trying to sort out and understand what happens with bills, bank accounts, investments and real estate. Fortunately, we are here to help you at this difficult time.
Our South Carolina attorneys have developed and honed a passion for assisting clients with this process. Let us help you with determining what needs to be done, where to start and putting together a plan to keep the process on track.
What Is The Probate Process Like in South Carolina?
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We understand the magnitude of the grieving process after losing a loved one. If you are responsible for the administration of an estate, we are here to assist you with the process, assure that the necessary steps are being followed and most importantly to represent you with support, care and sensitivity.
While the South Carolina probate process can be confusing, our experienced team will work closely with you to ensure a smooth transition, allowing you to focus on what matters most.
Inventory and Valuation of Assets
The fiduciary role of a trustee can be overwhelming. We understand that making informed decisions, managing assets, and communicating with beneficiaries can be stressful. We can assist and advise you in administration and help you fulfil your responsibilities as trustee.
In all matters related to trust administration, our law firm offers personal counsel from start to finish. We’re committed to working closely with you in this important process.
As beneficiary of an estate, or of a trust, you have legal rights and you are entitled to communication and insight. We can provide you with advice and counsel during the estate and/or trust administration with support and care during this process.
Our experience in this often confusing area will help you as the administration moves forward so that you get timely communications, understand what you will receive and help with decisions that need to be made on inherited assets.
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