Common Misconceptions About Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is an estate planning document that gives one or more persons of your choice the power to act on your behalf. POAs can be used for various circumstances, and agents can be granted the authority to make financial to medical decisions on behalf of a principal. Having a POA is beneficial…

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Ways To Avoid Probate With Estate Planning

Estate Planning Tips for Avoiding Probate Probate is notorious for being unnecessarily lengthy and complicated. This is why legal and financial experts advise making advanced preparations to avoid it altogether. But what exactly is probate, and why should you avoid it? This blog will answer those questions and provide helpful tips on evading the hassles…

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The Importance of a Durable Power of Attorney

A power of attorney (POA) is a legal document that authorizes an individual to perform certain functions on your behalf. For example, a POA can give a friend, family member, or any other trusted advisor, such as your estate probate attorney, the authority to make decisions about your property, wealth, assets, or investments. The extent…

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Estate Planning for Multi State Realty

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According to a recent study by United Van Lines, millions of Americans packed up and moved in 2020, with South Carolina seeing the second highest percentage of inbound migration in the country at 64%. The Palmetto state came in second only to Idaho, with 70% inbound migration, even with a pandemic…

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Top Common Estate Planning Mistakes

DIY Pitfalls

As the immediate economic impact of the pandemic begins to lift, it is understandable that many consumers, especially millennials, became interested in DIY estate planning during the pandemic to save on costs. Unfortunately, not all that comes cheaper is worth the price you pay—whether now or…

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