Wills, Estates & Probate
Do you want to know who gets your money when you die? Do you know who receives your property when you die?Regardless of how much or how little money you have a will ensures that your assets go to who you want them to go! If you have minor children you want to protect them and who you want as their guardian. Advance planning can save taxes as well as reduce conflicts within the family.
For some people a will can be a simple form that can be completed and witnessed. For others a lawyer is recommended to help with the process. Either way you need to be aware of how probate works in South Carolina.
Join us on Thursday, September 5, 2013 at 6:30pm, Main Library, Bostick Auditurium as the Richland Library and South Carolina Bar co-sponser a Free Legal Clinic on Wills, Estates & Probate with Attorney Michael J. Polk.
- Richland County Probate Court
This site allows you to search an estate, open an estate In Richland County, explains how to admit a will to probate with forms, and other information pertaining to probating a will in Richland County.
- SC Bar-Wills and the Law
The South Carolina Bar's Guide to wills in South Carolina