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Estate Planning for Myrtle Beach area Residents

Myrtle Beach Estate PlanningWhat will happen to your money and possessions when you pass? Many people in the Myrtle Beach area turn to Joye, Nappier, Risher & Hardin to help them with Estate Planning. Encompassing wills, testamentary trusts, power of attorney, estate planning helps reduce taxes and probate expenses and ensures your children are well provided for even past the age of 18.

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At Joye, Nappier, Risher & Hardin we are experienced in South Carolina laws that govern estate planning. This is not a “one size fits all” procedure. You need someone with the knowledge that will help you with your unique family and financial situations. Proper Estate Planning is also essential for non-traditional couples to ensure that their wishes are carried out and that their loved ones are able to have the access and inheritance desired.

Our attorneys can help you with:

  • Estate Planning
  • Wills
  • Simple Trusts
  • Durable and Special Power of Attorney
  • Health Care Power of Attorney

Estate Planning

Finding a qualified professional is the first step in Estate Planning. At Joye, Nappier, Risher & Hardin we listen to you and will help you find a plan that works for you and your family. Using an Estate Planning Attorney will give you the assurance that your intentions will be honored.

Wills

A Last Will & Testament, if drafted properly, is an iron clad document in a court of law. A will ensures that your wishes will be carried out after you die. Use an attorney such as Wendy Hardin or Don Risher who knows the laws of South Carolina and probate court to give you peace of mind when planning this big step.

Trusts

There are two kinds of trusts – revocable and irrevocable. A revocable trust is set up to avoid probate and to protect your privacy and that of your beneficiaries when you pass. This type of trust can be changed or modified at any time during your lifetime. An irrevocable trust cannot be changed once it is signed. The benefits of setting up an irrevocable trust are estate tax reduction and asset protection.

Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney is a document that grants a person, the agent, legal rights to act in the principles name. Powers of Attorney can be used for real estate transactions, stock transactions, or during an illness or incapacitation.

A Health Care Power of Attorney is a document that summarizes the wishes of a person in case of an illness or injury. It outlines how a person wishes to be taken care of at the end of their life. It answers the questions of whether or not a person should be resuscitated, and will life support be used.

Estate Planning documents vary from state to state, and it's important that you use a local Myrtle Beach attorney to help you with this.

Call Joye, Nappier, Risher & Hardin today at 843-357-6454!