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How To Discuss Your Estate Plan with Loved Ones

A comprehensive estate plan is the foundation for a successful transfer of wealth to your loved ones. However, many of us often overlook the crucial part of communicating our estate plan to family and heirs. Even with a thorough and up-to-date estate plan, your family may experience emotional or financial turmoil despite your best efforts....

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Protecting Your Crypto Assets With an Estate Plan

While cryptocurrency continues to increase in popularity, Florida Today reports that as many as 46 million Americans own the well-known crypto asset, Bitcoin. Bitcoin was created in January 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto as a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. This digital or virtual currency is held secure using cryptography, making it nearly impossible to double-spend or...

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Understanding South Carolina Medicaid and Senior Living Costs

There is a dramatic increase in the need for affordable long-term support services in America. Costs are exorbitantly expensive whether you struggle to pay premiums for a long-term care insurance policy or monthly bills from a nursing home. The US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) finds that Americans aged 65 or more have...

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The Importance of Planning Before an Emergency

That sounds like something your mother might say, right? And how often have you wished that you’d followed mother’s good advice? Nobody really wants to think in advance about accidents or illness. But if no advance planning has been done, and if an elderly parent has broken a hip, say, and is about to be discharged...

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How to Choose and Appoint Your Legal Representatives in South Carolina

If the coronavirus pandemic has taught us anything, it is that life is uncertain. Too many aging Americans found themselves with a life-threatening COVID-19 illness in 2020 without legal documents naming trusted love ones to make decisions for their well-being while they were incapacitated. Family caregivers are generally given the task of some medical and...

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Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – Differences & Advantages

A bankruptcy attorney in South Carolina explains what you need to know Filing for bankruptcy can be the lifeline many people need to make a fresh start. That’s why more than a million people (sometimes more) and businesses decide to declare bankruptcy every year around the country. But deciding whether to file for bankruptcy and...

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The Importance of an Advance Directive in the Case of Dementia

Alzheimer’s and other forms of incapacitating dementia is currently the sixth-leading overall cause of death in the United States. In the case of people 65 and older it moves to fifth place and by the time you reach 85 years of age advanced dementia is the third leading cause of death. Couple those statistics with...

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Debunking Common Long-Term Care Myths

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, someone turning age 65 today will have a 70 percent chance of requiring some long-term care (LTC) service and support during the remainder of their life. In the case of women, the typical LTC need will last about 3.7 years compared to men who will...

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Proposed Bankruptcy Law Would Cover Some Student Loan Debt

Bankruptcy attorneys in South Carolina explain A proposed law at the federal level would make it easier for people filing for bankruptcy to discharge student loan debt in certain circumstances, something that is currently very difficult to do under current federal bankruptcy laws. The bipartisan bill currently making its way through the U.S. Senate is...

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Rock Hill, SC 29730

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