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No one likes to think about death and dying, but making your final wishes known in
a will can give you and your family peace of mind.
If you die without a will in South Carolina, the Probate Court will split your property
amongst your family members according to state law. If you have no living relatives,
all of your property will pass to the state.
If you have a will that has not been drafted by a South Carolina attorney, it may
not be valid and could leave your family arguing over your estate in Probate Court.
Call Cox & Cole today to have your will drafted according to your desires. Our attorneys
do “house calls,” so please call even if you or a loved one are unable to come to
our office. Our attorneys regularly travel to homes, nursing homes, and hospitals
in Anderson or Greenville County.