Charleston, SC Personal Injury Attorney / Lawyer
Charleston, SC Personal Injury Attorney / LawyerWho We Are - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SCAttorney / Lawyer Charleston, SCAccidents - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC Contact Us - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SCDirections - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Facebook Facebook Twitter
Auto Accidents - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Tractor Trailer/Trucking Accidents - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Motorcycle Accidents - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Drunk Driving Accidents - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Medical Malpractice - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Wrongful Death - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Divorce and Child Custody - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Criminal Defense - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Construction Defects - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Workers Compensation - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Nursing Home Injury and Neglect - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Wills and Estates - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC
Contact Us - Attorney / Lawyer Charleston, SC

Wills and Estates - SC Personal Injury Attorney / Lawyer


 
Consult with one our experienced estate planning attorneys. We provide personal estate planning for our clients. A good estate plan includes more than just securing a Will. Below are just a few of the documents which each serve different functions: 
  • Wills: Wills designate how your real property and personal assets should be distributed in the event that you pass away.
  • General durable powers of attorney: These documents allow you to appoint someone to make important legal and financial decisions on your behalf.
  • Living wills/health care powers of attorney: Living wills provide advance directives for medical decisions, like terminal illness or permanent unconsciousness. They are in place just in case you are unable to communicate your preferences yourself.
  • Trusts: A trust is a way to give the benefits of cash or property ownership to a person with those benefits managed by a trustee.
  • Guardianships and Conservatorships: These documents appoint a guardian or a conservator to oversee personal affairs or finances in the event of health problems or other significant needs.
We also offer assistance in:
  • Estate Administration
  • Contested Estates
Call us today at 843-572-1711 for a consultation to discuss your Estate Planning needs.
 
*NOTE:  We charge a $75.00 consult fee for all non-injury consults.

 

Click here to Contact Us


 

102 Marilyn Street P.O.Box 9 Goose Creek SC 29445
Tel:(843)572-1711 Fax:(843)572-1285
DeLuca & Maucher, L.L.P. All Rights Reserved

Site Map