Sasee Article February 2019 - What Will I Experience During a South Carolina Real Estate Closing
As an estate planning attorney, I often hear clients, friends, and acquaintances opine that they don’t need an estate plan because they have minimal assets. However, clients withs maller estates realize huge benefits by having an experienced and knowledgeable estate planning attorney provide advice as to various estate planning techniques and then draft the necessary documents. The goal of an estate planning attorney is to preserve clients’ assets, attempt to minimize those assets being diminished through costly litigation and administration, and design a plan that accomplishes the client’s estate planning goals. This is the first of a two-part series explaining some of the common tools used in estate planning and how those tools are beneficial to anyone at any stage of life.