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Evan Kyle Guthrie

Evan Guthrie’s Legal Guides

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  • Dying In South Carolina Without A Will With Children and No Spouse

    If you die without a will in South Carolina your estate will be considered intestate. Y our estate will be divided by the South Carolina Intestate Succession Laws. In the case you leave behind children and no spouse your estate will be divided in equal shares amongst all of the c...

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  • Dying In South Carolina Without A Will With A Spouse and No Children

    If you die without a will in South Carolina your estate will be considered intestate. Your estate will be divided by the South Carolina Intestate Succession Laws. In the case you leave behind a spouse and no children then your probate estate will pass entirely to your spouse. You...

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  • Dying In South Carolina Without A Will With A Spouse And Children

    If you die without a will in South Carolina your estate will be considered intestate. Your estate will be divided by the South Carolina Intestate Succession Laws. In the case you leave behind a spouse and one or more children then your probate estate will be divided in equal shar...

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  • Dying In South Carolina Without A Will With No Children or Spouse

    If you die without a will in South Carolina your estate will be considered intestate. Your estate will be divided by the South Carolina Intestate Succession Laws. In the case you leave behind no spouse or children then your probate estate, or all assets titled in your name, will ...

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  • It Takes Work To Disinherit a Spouse in South Carolina

    In South Carolina you may disinherit your children or other family members very easily, but your spouse is a different story. In South Carolina just because you name your spouse in a will and do not leave the spouse anything or set up a revocable living trust and leave the spouse...

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  • How The Elective Share In South Carolina Works

    The Elective Share in South Carolina is governed by South Carolina Code 62-2-201. The surviving spouse is entitled to a third of the deceased spouses probate estate after all debts and expenses have been paid. The probate estate is all assets titled in the deceased spouses name. ...

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  • Getting Married In South Carolina Without Updating Your Will

    If you get married in South Carolina without updating your will or getting a new will your new spouse might receive your entire estate regardless of what is contained in your will. The laws of South Carolina provide that if your will was made prior to your current marriage before...

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  • Having A Child In South Carolina Without Updating Your Will

    If you have a child in South Carolina without updating or making a new will then that new child may receive an unintended share of your estate and receive it before they are ready for it. The laws of South Carolina provide that if your will was made prior to birth or adoption of ...

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  • A Prenuptial Agreement As Part Of An Estate Plan In South Carolina

    Most people think that a Prenuptial Agreement is only necessary for the wealthy spouse to protect themselves from losing half or more of their net worth in case of a divorce. While this is one possible protection that a Prenuptial Agreement affords, it can also be used in the con...

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  • Estate Plan For Owning Property In South Carolina and In Other States

    Owning Property in multiple states is a dream for many, but a reality that many have already achieved. If you are a South Carolina resident and have property any other state that ranges from a house to land to just a timeshare you may be setting up a difficult and expensive situa...

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