South Carolina Elder Law Attorney
Elder Law Lawyer Spartanburg, Greenville, Upstate, SC
The elder law attorneys at the Smith & Haskell Law Firm, provide a broad range of elder law services for people in the Spartanburg, Greenville, and Upstate surrounding areas and throughout South Carolina. Our elder law services include Power of Attorney, guardianship and conservatorship actions, wills, will contests, illegal transfer of assets, asset protection and property transfers. We are committed to helping people and families, while focusing on providing attentive and compassionate legal counsel; navigating you through every step in the legal process while protecting your interests and advocating for your rights.
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A Power of Attorney is a legal document that provides written authorization to represent or act on another’s behalf in private affairs, business, or some other legal matter. Our elder law attorneys can assist.
When your family member or loved one is incapable of managing their personal affairs, it is important to take the necessary legal action to protect their interests. Our elder law attorneys will discuss your options…
The laws surrounding Medicaid eligibility are complex and you should consult an experienced and knowledgeable Medicaid planning attorney to address issues and provide you with a comprehensive strategy…
The rules on property transfers are complex and can have significant consequences on Medicaid eligibility if you have not properly followed the established rules. Medicaid choices are just too important to leave to chance.
With the assistance of an experienced wills attorney, a legally drafted will can help protect your family, to avoid unnecessary estate taxes and to carry out your wishes with regard to your estate. These are critically important decisions…
Our will contest lawyers represent people who wish to challenge a will or trust, and those who maintain that the will or trust is valid and can assist you in resolving probate disputes while protecting your inheritance interests.
Failure to properly transfer the assets of your estate could result in the “illegal transfer of assets” and disqualify you from Medicaid eligibility. It is important to consult with an experienced Medicaid planning attorney.
Our disability and special needs planning attorney can assist in establishing a Special Needs Trust. A Special Needs Trust, also referred to as a Supplemental Needs Trust is an Irrevocable Trust.
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