November 2018 Archives

End of year estate planning tips

As the end of the year approaches, many Fort Mill residents are likely to be rushing to the stores to complete their gift shopping and make sure their loved ones are getting the gifts they have been looking forward to all year. However, one gift many people neglect to give family members is the protection of assets through the creation of a comprehensive estate plan. As the year ends, consider taking a few steps to ensure loved ones are taken care of not just this year, but for the future.

The importance of succession plans in business law

Building a business from the ground up takes effort and money, and once the business is up and running the last thing business owners want to think about is who will take over when they are no longer able to run the business. However, if the business is important to Fort Mill residents, succession planning is one aspect of business law they do not want to overlook. Even though succession planning is a personal and sensitive matter that opens up doors many prefer to keep closed for a long time, its important to start figuring out and talking about who or what is next for the business.

Where can millennials start their estate plan from?

There is a common misconception that only those who are elderly or those who are very wealthy should engage in estate planning, which is why many middle-aged people think they either have time to draft their will or do not even need to create a trust. However, this could not be farther from the truth-every South Carolina resident, including millennials, should have an estate plan in place that directs loved ones on what steps to take in event of a medical emergency or an unexpected step. Having a plan in place saved loved ones from agonizing over making medical decisions that one could have made themselves if they had planned on time.

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