Online Estate Planning for Families - Starting at $350

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Estate Planning for Families

With proactive counsel & transparent pricing, Nantz Law is committed to making your estate planning process as affordable as it is efficient.

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Proactive Counsel, Transparent Pricing

Estate Planning Essentials
for Couples

Our simple estate planning document suite.
$ 1750
00
One Time Fee
  • 1 Revocable living trust, jointly settled
  • 2 Last will & testament
  • 2 Durable power of attorney with healthcare provisions
  • 2 Living Wills
  • 1 Asset & Funding Guide
  • 1-on-1 Attorney Review Conference

Advanced Trust Based Planning for Couples

Protect your assets and loved ones with our trust-based estate planning document suite.
$ 2500
00
One Time Fee
  • 1 Revocable living trust, jointly settled
  • 2 Last will & testament
  • 2 Durable power of attorney with healthcare provisions
  • 2 Living Wills
  • 1 Asset & Funding Guide
  • 1-on-1 Attorney Review Conference
All Inclusive

Last Will & Testaments
for Couples

Protect your assets and loved ones with our trust-based estate planning document suite.
$ 700
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One Time Fee
  • 1 Revocable living trust, jointly settled
  • 2 Last will & testament
  • 2 Durable power of attorney with healthcare provisions
  • 2 Living Wills
  • 1 Asset & Funding Guide
  • 1-on-1 Attorney Review Conference

Online Estate Planning Pricing for Individuals

Advanced Trust-Based Estate Plan

Protect your assets and loved ones with our trust-based estate planning document suite.
$ 1750 One Time Fee
  • 1 Revocable living trust
  • 1 Last will & testament
  • 1 Durable power of attorney with healthcare provisions
  • 1 Living Will
  • 1 Asset & Funding Guide
  • 1-on-1 Attorney Review Conference
All Inclusive

Estate Planning Essentials

Our simple estate planning document suite.

$ 750
00
One Time Fee
  • 1 Revocable living trust, jointly settled
  • 1 Last will & testament
  • 1 Durable power of attorney with healthcare provisions
  • 1 Living Will
  • 1 Asset & Funding Guide
  • 1-on-1 Attorney Review Conference

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Simple Last Will and Testament

$350

Simple Last Will and Testament

Our easy-to-use last will simplifies the process of leaving your assets to loved ones. Secure your legacy with this legal document. Includes a Last Will & Testament, an asset & funding guide, and a review conference with one of our attorneys. Available for SC individuals.
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General Durable Power of Attorney

$350

General Durable Power of Attorney

Our durable power of attorney ensures your affairs are taken care of in case of incapacity. Protect your financial interests with this document. This includes provisions for financial matters, legal matters, and healthcare matters. Available for SC couples & individuals.
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Estate Planning FAQs

In South Carolina, if you die without a will (intestate), the state’s laws of descent and distribution will determine the distribution of your property. However, these laws may not align with your personal preferences. By having a will prepared by Nantz Law’s experienced attorneys in South Carolina, specifically in Rock Hill and Charleston, you can customize the distribution of your property to reflect your actual wishes. A will allows you to exercise control over personal decisions that broad state provisions cannot address, ensuring your estate is handled according to your specific desires.

A will serves as a legal instrument to distribute your property according to your chosen preferences. While you have the freedom to dispose of property as you wish, South Carolina law imposes certain limitations, such as forced heirship laws that protect the interests of spouses and, in some cases, children. However, a will does not govern the transfer of non-probate property, which includes assets passing through title or contractual arrangements like beneficiary designations. Nantz Law’s knowledgeable attorneys in South Carolina, including Rock Hill and Charleston, can guide you through the complexities of estate planning, ensuring your will effectively addresses your property distribution while considering applicable legal requirements.

Proper execution of a will is crucial to its validity. In many states, including South Carolina, a will that is formally executed in front of witnesses and with all signatures notarized is considered “self-proving.” This self-proving status allows the will to be admitted to probate without the need for additional witness testimony or proof. It’s important to adhere to the required formalities, as addressing a challenge to a will’s validity can be costly and difficult. Nantz Law’s experienced attorneys in South Carolina, particularly in Rock Hill and Charleston, can assist you in executing a valid will, ensuring your intentions are accurately documented.

In South Carolina, if you own property jointly with another person as joint tenants with the right of survivorship, the property will automatically pass to the surviving joint tenant upon your death. This property transfer occurs independently of your will or the state’s laws of intestacy. It’s important to note that the classification of property as part of your probate estate or taxable estate for estate tax purposes is unrelated to its inclusion in joint ownership.

A trust is a legal arrangement that offers flexibility in asset ownership and enables you and your heirs to achieve specific personal goals that may not be possible through other means. At Nantz Law in South Carolina, including Rock Hill and Charleston, our knowledgeable attorneys can guide you through the intricacies of trust formation and management. We will help you understand the benefits of trusts, such as asset protection, income tax planning, and distribution flexibility. Our experienced attorneys will assess your unique circumstances and advise whether a trust is necessary to meet your estate planning objectives.

Annuities, retirement benefits, and life insurance policies are crucial elements of many individuals’ financial plans. Nantz Law’s skilled attorneys in South Carolina understand the complexities surrounding these assets and their impact on estate planning. We can provide comprehensive guidance on naming beneficiaries, the potential benefits of utilizing trusts

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Basic Estate Planning
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Advanced Trust-Based
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Last Will & Testament

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Basic Estate Planning
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Power of Attorney

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