Columbia Elder Law Attorney
When an elder enters their gray years, they must both begin to plan their
estate and be acutely aware of individuals who would like to manipulate
them for selfish means. Far too often, our Columbia elder law attorney,
Ms. Carrie Warner, has seen cases where elders are taken advantage by
the persons closest to them or other interested parties. The results are
often disastrous, including the complete dismissal of the elder’s
wishes when they pass away, if nothing is done to correct the matter promptly.
We proudly assist clients with contested estate litigation cases throughout
South Carolina. When you have our 10+ years of legal experience in your
corner, you can feel confident that your matter will be addressed appropriately
and moved towards the right solution for you and your loved ones. Give
our team a call at
803.994.8171 or fill out an
online case evaluation form at your earliest convenience to begin.
Assistance for Your Estate Litigation
Estate litigation covers a sizeable amount of laws, regulations, and guidelines.
When you are entering an estate litigation dispute, make certain that
your choice of legal counsel will be able to handle any and all aspects
and problems that could arise in your case. Our team can be there for
you from start to finish, regardless of the simplicity or severity of
what is going on in your case.
With our legal counsel, you can reach conclusions in matters pertaining to:
Will contests: If a will is contested during probate, you will likely need
civil litigation to end the matter and decide on how the will should be interpreted.
Breach of fiduciary duties: Personal representatives or trustees to an elder’s estate are permitted
special responsibilities, or fiduciary duties, to help manage it. When
they do not act in the best interest of the testator, they have breached
their duties and caused a legal concern for everyone else.
Conversion of assets: Dishonest parties will do what they can to gain a profit from an elder’s
will or passing. We can protect your elder’s estate from financial
exploitation, even if it means we must take the matter to court.
Professional malpractice: With as many professional services you have likely retained to maintain
a will, trust, or estate of your elder, you must be aware that some professionals
may not act in your best interests, or act out of malpractice.
We can also provide additional legal services related to estates, including:
Establishing powers of attorney
Drafting healthcare powers of attorney
Outlining financial directives
Today Should Be the Day You Get Started
Putting off necessary estate litigation is not any way to resolve the matter
you are facing. You should instead choose to take the initiative and retain
the services of a legal team you can trust and depend on. Columbia Elder
Law Attorney Carrie Warner can provide such services and much more so
you can take your mind off the legal intricacies of your case.
Contact our firm today and we can explain what we can do for you in your estate litigation
case in more detail.