Planning for the end of your life can be scary. But it’s even worse if you don’t have a plan and will in place. Take the uncertainty out of the process, and contact Greg Steele Law. Our goal is always to make the process as painless and comfortable as possible. With just one meeting, we can build the best plan for you and your family no matter what happens.
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A will is a formal document that disperses your property at your death. The will gives instructions about how to distribute your real estate and personal property, and can name a guardian if you have a minor child. Some property, like joint bank accounts, retirement accounts, or life insurance proceeds, may pass outside the will, but the will covers all your other property.
Powers of Attorney
A power of attorney allows someone to conduct business and finances on your behalf. This is particularly important if you were to develop dementia or Alzheimer’s or were terribly injured in an accident. You want to pick someone you trust to not abuse the power, but to use it to your benefit should something happen to you.
Healthcare Powers of Attorney
Many people know a healthcare power of attorney as a living will. This document names someone who will make medical decisions for you if you are unable. You also can make some medical decisions ahead of time within the document, such as if you would like tube feeding or to be placed on life support. A healthcare power of attorney prevents family members from fighting over these issues. Again, you should select someone you trust to make the right decision when the time comes.
Greg Steele Law Is Ready To Help
Greg Steele Law focuses on estate planning and can work with you to make sure you are prepared for the future. Our expert knowledge of South Carolina’s tax system, legal proceedings, and asset management will allow you to make the best decisions possible. Schedule an appointment with us and rest easy knowing you have an answer for every situation.
About Greg Steele
Greg Steele is owner, founder, and attorney at Greg Steele Law, LLC. He focuses his practice on personal injury, family law, and estate planning and administration, the three areas that most allow him to apply his brand of small town service to people’s big problems. While many lawyers nowadays have specialized, routinized, and impersonal practices, Greg ensures each and every client gets the individualized concern, respect, and attention they deserve.