Planning for your financial future often takes a tremendous amount of skill and expertise. It’s also important to realize that the rules and regulations involved in financial planning often vary from one state to another. That’s why it’s important that you consult with someone familiar with your state’s laws when deciding how you want your financial assets handled in the future.
Our estate law attorneys at Benjamin R. Matthews and Associates, LLC, can assist you and your family with all your estate planning needs. We’re familiar with the state and federal laws governing estate planning in Florence and other parts of South Carolina. We know how the legal system works here. We understand the tax implications and the different ways different estate planning tools can affect your loved ones and other beneficiaries. You count on our legal team to put your family’s best interests first.
Estate law is a legal term used to describe an area of the law focused on the distribution of someone’s assets and possessions in the future. Often, estate law involves what happens to someone’s financial assets after their death or if they sustain an injury that leaves them incapacitated.
Estate law can help you accomplish certain goals, including:
These are just some of the goals you can accomplish through careful estate planning. That’s why it’s critical that you consult with an experienced South Carolina estate planning attorney who knows the law and can help you achieve the future you want for your family and other beneficiaries.
Estate planning can cover a wide range, but some of the most common – and most important – types of estate planning documents we often help people create involve:
Whatever type of estate planning issue you want to address, you can count on our experienced estate planning attorneys to create a document that adheres to all the applicable state and federal regulations. That way, your wishes will be carried out in the future according to your precise instructions.
There’s no room for error when it comes to estate planning. If mistakes are made, your loved ones and other beneficiaries might not receive the assets you want them to have. Instead, your last will and testament or another similar document could become the focus of an intense legal battle. Our goal is to create legally binding documents for you and your family that can withstand future legal challenges.
You have worked hard your whole life. Make sure you have an estate planning attorney who will work just as hard for you. Contact Benjamin R. Matthews and Associates, LLC and schedule your free initial consultation. Your family’s financial future truly matters to our estate planning attorneys. You can count on us.