Probate Lawyer in Spartanburg, SC

About The CDH Law Firm Difference

As seasoned probate lawyers in South Carolina, we understand that Estate Administration often involves sensitive family dynamics as much as it does the legal minutia involved in probate law. After all, a person's estate not only affects their generation but the generations that follow.

But when your loved one passes, their assets must be managed and distributed correctly. When mismanaged, disputes often arise between parties like the Beneficiaries, Trustees, Heirs, or Executors of a Will. Even when everything is managed the right way, arguments and misunderstandings can still occur, and even evolve into bitter legal battles necessitating probate litigation.

It stands to reason, then, that you should hire a probate lawyer in Spartanburg, SC to help. But the truth is, many attorneys don't have vast experience with probate and trust work. If they do, they aren't usually seasoned trial attorneys. That's what separates probate attorneys at CHSA Law, LLC from others - we have the ability to help plan your Estate and litigate estate disputes if they arise.

We are keenly familiar with local probate judges, courtroom staff members, and the related procedures involved with South Carolina probate law. Our intimate knowledge and experience help us successfully navigate the probate process to complete our client's cases quickly and efficiently.

But that's just one aspect that sets CDH apart from other firms. Understanding the importance of personalized attention, we also make an intentional decision to limit our law firm's overall caseload. This allows us to better focus on individual clients, many of whom remain with us for generations. We do not pass off cases to paralegals or junior associates but rather prioritize the attorney-client relationship. We value compassion and integrity, and our practice reflects those values.

Moreover, trust is one of the most important aspects of the attorney-client relationship. We work to create an open, friendly environment in which you can feel comfortable. After years of experience, we boast the skill and experience necessary to earn that trust - and that's a priceless commodity when it comes to probate cases in South Carolina.

Understanding The Probate Process in South Carolina

When a loved one passes away, it's natural to go through a time of emotional adjustment. However, it's crucial for the family of the loved one to face the financial realities of their estate. That reality includes the probate process, which involves distributing assets and settling the estate. A probate attorney in Spartanburg, SC is often recommended to assist during this time. This process isn't just recommended - it's often a legal responsibility in South Carolina.

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Steps to the Probate Process in South Carolina

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Delivery of Will Upon Death: During probate, the first step involves having a will delivered to an Estate Administrator or to the probate court. The deadline to accomplish this task is 30 days.

02

A Personal Representative is Assigned: This individual is often named in a Will and should be appointed officially by the court.

03

A Notice is Sent to Intestate Heirs: If these heirs feel that they should inherit, they have a right to challenge this step.

04

The Estate is Inventoried and Appraised: This process must occur within 90 days of opening an estate. In some estates with valuables like jewelry, art, and property, professional appraisers may be needed.

05

Settling Accounts: During this step, the estate must pay any applicable taxes, ongoing expenses, or outstanding debts. Should the estate not have enough money to pay these debts, creditors must be paid according to South Carolina code.

06

Distributions: If there is money in the estate after debts are paid, those funds are given to heirs of the estate, according to the Will or the State.

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Discharge: As soon as any claims are paid, the personal representative of the estate will file documents to close the estate. To make this official, the court will issue a Certificate of Discharge.

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Avoiding Probate in South Carolina

Though most estates in South Carolina must go through probate, it is possible to avoid. This happens when a decedent's assets are placed in a Living Trust prior to their death. In this scenario, beneficiaries must be designated in order to inherit the estate. Suppose there are funds that have been promised to beneficiaries via life insurance policies or bank accounts with "payable upon death" designations. In that case, those funds do not have to go through probate.

Assets subject to probate in South Carolina include:

  • Interest in an LLC, Partnership, or Corporation
  • Real Estate Held as a Tenant in Common
  • Property Held in Only the Deceased's Name
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Assets that are not subject to probate in South Carolina include:

  • Assets Placed in a Trust
  • Assets Which Are Already Tied to a Beneficiary
  • Pension Plan Assets
  • Insurance Policies with Beneficiaries
  • Beneficiaries of Retirement Funds
  • Real Estate or Property with Right of Survivorship
  • Real Estate or Property with Joint Tenancy
  • Accounts That Are Transferable or Payable Upon Death
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Avoiding Probate: Yes or No?

Though it's not always possible, some families go out of their way to avoid the probate process in South Carolina. Doing so can help save money in the long run and also expedite the distribution of funds to heirs. By avoiding probate, you're also keeping personal matters private.

Because every person has different estate and probate complexities, it's hard to say whether avoiding probate is good or bad. Whether or not you should avoid probate depends on your unique situation. As a general rule, it's always best to consult with a probate lawyer in Spartanburg, SC, for honest feedback and probate assistance.

Typically, having a Living Trust or a Will in place will make transferring assets easier. A little prep ahead of time will make a world of difference when your loved one passes away. After all, nobody is ever prepared for a relative or family friend's death, but a compassionate, trustworthy probate attorney can make the process easier.

FAQsSouth Carolina Probate FAQs

For many families, "Probate" is a dirty term that involves heartbreak and headaches. And while the probate process in South Carolina can be complex and stressful, having answers to some of the most common probate questions can help put your mind at ease.

Q.

My family member recently passed away, and we're considering their estate. How long will the probate process take?

A.

The time it takes an estate to go through probate in South Carolina varies depending on a number of questions, including:

  • Does the deceased have a valid will?
  • Is the Estate complex or large?
  • Is the Will contested?
  • Have any lawsuits been filed?
  • Is the personal representative of the estate efficient?

When conditions are good, a small or simple estate usually takes about a year to close. More complicated estates may take longer.


Q.

My loved one mentioned opening a Trust to protect my assets. What is a Trust, and what Trusts should I consider?

A.

As is the case with most probate decisions, opening a Trust should be based on your unique situation and guidance from your probate attorney in Spartanburg, SC. With that said, a Trust is meant to hold property for your loved one's benefit. When a Trust is created, assets are transferred into the said Trust and managed accordingly. Though there is a common misconception that Trusts are reserved for the wealthy, just about any family can benefit from opening a Trust.

The most common types of Trusts used in probate include:

  • Living Trust: These trusts are opened and controlled by you while you're still living. When you pass away, the assets in the trust are distributed to the beneficiaries you choose. Typically, these trusts do not go through the probate process.
  • Testamentary Trust: These trusts are usually established after you pass away and are included in your will. These trusts must go through the probate process in South Carolina, though they allow for the distribution of property within a certain time frame.
  • Special Needs Trust: This type of trust gives financial support to your loved one if they are disabled.

When conditions are good, a small or simple estate usually takes about a year to close. More complicated estates may take longer.


Q.

What happens when somebody dies without a will in South Carolina?

A.

When a person passes away without a Will in South Carolina, the state decides who gets their decedent's assets. This is also called passing intestate. When this happens, usually only spouses, blood relatives, or registered domestic partners can inherit property according to intestate succession laws.

Relatives who receive the probate property of the deceased are usually chosen in the following order:

  • Living Spouse
  • Children or Grandchildren
  • Parents
  • Brothers or Sisters
  • Grandparents
  • Uncles and Aunts
  • Extended Family

If you're in need of a veteran probate lawyer in South Carolina, look no further than CDH Law Firm. With years of experience in Estate Administration and probate cases, our team is ready to serve you with excellence and protect your interests. Have additional questions? We're here to help. Contact our office today to learn more about Estate Administration in South Carolina.

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Planning your estate is the first step to take if you want to protect your family, your assets, your well-being, and the fruits of your hard work.

At CHSA Law, LLC, our team of experienced probate lawyers in Spartanburg, SC, can help you navigate the entire Estate Administration process. Through creative legal strategies and a clear understanding of your goals and desires, we work together to make your asset and estate visions a reality. It's never too early to get your estate in order. In fact, estate planning is important for everyone, whether you're single or married, young or old, with or without children. If you're ready to protect your assets and be prepared for probate, contact CHSA Law, LLC, today.

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Latest News in Spartanburg, SC

New details emerge on $425M downtown Spartanburg ballpark project (RENDERINGS)

Listen to this articleMany might wonder, what’s the value of putting a company name on a venue as big as a baseball park?Fifth Third Bank announced in November that it sealed the deal on a multi-year agreement with Diamond Baseball Holdings, an organization that owns and operates select Minor League Baseball clubs affiliated with Major League Baseball, to become the official bank and naming rights sponsor for Spartanburg’s new ballpark, Fifth Third Park...

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Many might wonder, what’s the value of putting a company name on a venue as big as a baseball park?

Fifth Third Bank announced in November that it sealed the deal on a multi-year agreement with Diamond Baseball Holdings, an organization that owns and operates select Minor League Baseball clubs affiliated with Major League Baseball, to become the official bank and naming rights sponsor for Spartanburg’s new ballpark, Fifth Third Park, the future home of the city’s professional baseball team, currently named the Spartanburg Professional Baseball Club.

“We are incredibly proud to partner with Fifth Third Bank to bring this remarkable ballpark to life,” said Andrew Judelson, chief commercial officer of Diamond Baseball Holdings. “Their dedication to the community and shared vision for a vibrant Spartanburg align perfectly with our goals at Diamond Baseball Holdings. We are confident this venue will not only be a premier destination but also a source of pride for everyone in Spartanburg.”

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The relationship marks the beginning of a new era in Spartanburg’s professional baseball history.

“Breaking ground on Fifth Third Park marks a significant milestone in Spartanburg’s economic future, bringing new opportunities that will have a tremendous positive impact on the community,” said Spartanburg Mayor Jerome Rice.

Fifth Third Park, 131 W. Main St., will be part of a multi-use project led by local development company, The Johnson Group, and its first pitch is anticipated for the spring 2025 season. The ballpark will feature modern amenities, cutting-edge technology, and a seating capacity that ensures an “intimate atmosphere” for fans. In addition to serving as the home turf for the club, the stadium will host a variety of marquis events, making it a hub of activity for Spartanburg residents and beyond.

“We announced a committed investment in South Carolina several years ago and have backed that up by growing our teams which represent multiple lines of business in the Upstate but also into the Lowcountry,” said Charlie Arndt, South Carolina market president, Fifth Third Bank. “We live, work and play in the communities we serve so when an opportunity to support a collaboration between public and private sectors, like the planned ballpark in Spartanburg, it caught our attention both locally and at the highest levels of leadership here at Fifth Third Bank.

“We, along with all parties included in the project, believe this development will be a center of activity for the city of Spartanburg and a point of pride for Fifth Third Bank and the community.”

In addition to a 3,500-seat stadium, the overall $425 million baseball district development area is the largest economic development project in the city’s history and will include 200,000 square feet of office space, more than 375 apartment units, a 150-room hotel, parking facilities to house at least 1,500 vehicles, and a large public plaza and event space. Construction on the project will take place in phases, with the stadium and first parking structure expected to be completed first and subsequent phases to be completed over several years.

“Serving our communities is the focus of our business and we are confident this ballpark will enhance the lives of the Spartanburg community,” said Arndt. “Fifth Third Bank is proud to extend our long-term commitment to Spartanburg and the Upstate through this partnership and our continued retail expansion.”

The Spartanburg Professional Baseball Club will be a minor league affiliate of the Texas Rangers. The SPBC name is currently a placeholder until a new club name, logo, and mascot are unveiled to the public, in which Tyson Jeffers, the general manager for the Spartanburg Professional Baseball Club, said he hopes to be in April.

“In partnership with Fifth Third Bank and The Johnson Group, we are going to build one of the most beautiful facilities in minor league baseball,” said Jeffers. “Our goal is to establish a community-first culture here that harnesses the unique personality of the Upstate and creates nationwide attention for Spartanburg. But most importantly, Fifth Third Park will be a community destination for fun any night of the week.”

Jeffers said at the OneSpartanburg Inc. conference on Friday that the No. 1 question he has received is: when will season tickets’ sales be open for purchase?

He said they hope that by the end of January, a waitlist will be up-and-running for the public. Business event bookings is anticipated to be open in October, said Jeffers, while single tickets should be available for purchase beginning of January 2025. The public can be the first to know when tickets go on sale by signing up for the team’s newsletter by clicking here.

Chattanooga vs. Wofford SoCon Tournament Tickets & Start Time

The No. 3 seed Chattanooga Mocs (20-11, 12-6 SoCon) head into the SoCon tournament against the No. 6 seed Wofford Terriers (17-14, 10-8 SoCon) on Saturday at Harrah’s Cherokee Center Asheville, beginning at 6:00 PM ET.If you're looking to attend this game in person, head to StubHub or ...

The No. 3 seed Chattanooga Mocs (20-11, 12-6 SoCon) head into the SoCon tournament against the No. 6 seed Wofford Terriers (17-14, 10-8 SoCon) on Saturday at Harrah’s Cherokee Center Asheville, beginning at 6:00 PM ET.

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Chattanooga vs. Wofford Stat Comparison

Chattanooga Rank Chattanooga AVG Wofford AVG Wofford Rank
64th 78.1 Points Scored 75.1 134th
172nd 71.6 Points Allowed 73.8 244th
121st 36.4 Rebounds 37.3 88th
240th 8 Off. Rebounds 9.5 110th
8th 10.6 3pt Made 9.6 22nd
144th 13.5 Assists 15.5 45th
149th 11 Turnovers 10.5 102nd

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No. 3 Seed Men’s Basketball Heads to SoCon Tournament, Faces No. 6 Wofford in Saturday Night Quarterfinal Round

MEDIA CENTER/GAME LINKS ? FAN CENTRAL/SCHEDULE OF EVENTSASHEVILLE, N.C. (March 8, 2024) --- The No. 3 seed Chattanooga Mocs men's basketball team will meet No. 6 Wofford in the Southern Conference Tournament quarterfinals with a Saturday night matchup inside the Harrah's Cherokee Center in Asheville, N.C. Tip...

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ASHEVILLE, N.C. (March 8, 2024) --- The No. 3 seed Chattanooga Mocs men's basketball team will meet No. 6 Wofford in the Southern Conference Tournament quarterfinals with a Saturday night matchup inside the Harrah's Cherokee Center in Asheville, N.C. Tip-off is set for 6 p.m. ET on ESPN+.

Chattanooga (20-11) faces Wofford (17-14) for the third-straight season in tournament play and sixth time overall. The Mocs claimed wins over the Terriers in each of the past two tournaments with both coming in the semifinal round.

The winner will move on to face either No. 2 UNCG or No. 7 ETSU/No. 10 VMI in the semifinal round on Sunday. Tip-off for that contest is slated for 6:30 p.m. ET and will be televised nationally on ESPNU.

Full game preview including fan event information in Asheville, coverage links, notes, and more can be found below.

GAME DETAILS – SoCon Tournament Quarterfinals No. 3 Chattanooga (20-11) vs. No. 6 Wofford (17-14) 6:00 p.m. ET ? Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville (Asheville, N.C. ? 7,654) 55th All-Time Meeting ? UTC leads 32-22 (last: @UTC 81, WOF 65 – 2/21/24) 6th All-Time SCT Meeting ? UTC leads 3-2 (last: UTC 74, WOF 62 – Semis – 3/5/23)

FAN EVENT DETAILS – Asheville, N.C. – SCHEDULE The official pregame meeting place for all things Chattanooga basketball this weekend will be held at The Bier Garden located outside the arena at 46 Haywood Street. The men's pregame social on Saturday will take place from 4:30 – 5:45 p.m. ahead of the 6 p.m. tip. For full information and schedule of events, please visit this link.

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GAME NOTES Chattanooga ? Wofford ? SoCon

MOCS ENTER SOCON TOURNAMENT AS 3-SEED, FACE 6-SEED WOFFORD - Chattanooga (20-11) heads into this weekend's SoCon Tournament as the No. 3 seed after finishing 12-6 in the league following Saturday's 82-63 defeat to Western Carolina. UTC & UNCG tied for the second spot with the Spartans earning the tiebreak.

CHATTANOOGA/WOFFORD TOURNAMENT HISTORY - The Mocs will face Wofford for the third-straight season in Asheville and sixth time overall in the SoCon Tournament. UTC is 3-2 in the five SCT matchups against the Terriers with semifinal wins in each of the past two years (2022 & 2023).

AIMING FOR THREE-STRAIGHT TITLE APPEARANCES - The Mocs aim for its third-straight title game appearance after splitting the last two against Furman. UTC's last time with three-straight appearances was four-straight from 2003-06 (1-3). SoCon wise, UNCG last did it from 2017-19.

LAST YEAR'S RUN WAS ONE FOR THE RECORD BOOKS... - Chattanooga, the No. 7 seed, found itself in the 2023 title game with a chance to become the first team since Clemson in 1939 to win four games in four days to claim the league title. The Mocs fell 88-79 to Furman in a rematch from the 2022 classic championship game.

MORE, YOUR HONOR - Honor Huff became the third different Moc in the past three seasons to record a 500-point season (547), joining Malachi Smith (21-22) & Jake Stephens (22-23). It's just the second time in program history with three different 500-point scorers in consecutive seasons (Benny Green 87-88, Daren Chandler 88-89, Derrick Kirce/Keith Nelson 90-91).

SAM THE MAN ALEXIS - Sam Alexis' 63 blocks this season is seventh most in UTC single season history while his 82 career blocks in just two seasons is ninth most all-time. Entering the midweek, Alexis is one of just five NCAA DI players averaging at least 10.0pts/9.0reb/2.0blk per game while shooting 50% FG or better.

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UNC Greensboro vs. Wofford Women's Basketball: Prediction, Odds & Insights for the SoCon Tournament

The No. 2 seed UNC Greensboro Spartans (20-10) and the No. 3 seed Wofford Terriers (17-12) face off in the SoCon Tournament Friday at Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville. Gametime is at 1:30 PM ET.The Spartans and Terriers will play but no line is currently available for this game. Continue reading to see our predicted winner in this matchup.Place your bets on any college basketball matchup at BetMGM, and ...

The No. 2 seed UNC Greensboro Spartans (20-10) and the No. 3 seed Wofford Terriers (17-12) face off in the SoCon Tournament Friday at Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville. Gametime is at 1:30 PM ET.

The Spartans and Terriers will play but no line is currently available for this game. Continue reading to see our predicted winner in this matchup.

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UNC Greensboro vs. Wofford Prediction

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UNC Greensboro vs. Wofford Matchup Information

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UNC Greensboro vs. Wofford Statistical Matchup

UNC Greensboro Stat Wofford
63.7 Points For 66.8
55.5 Points Against 60.8
40.8% Field Goal % 38.4%
37.6% Opponent Field Goal % 37.6%
28.7% Three Point % 31.2%
28.2% Opponent Three Point % 25.4%

UNC Greensboro and Wofford Leaders

UNC Greensboro Leaders GP PTS REB AST STL BLK 3PM
Jayde Gamble 30 14.0 3.6 2.5 2.1 0.3 1.3
Ayanna Khalfani 30 11.2 7.0 3.6 1.4 0.8 0.0
Isys Grady 30 8.4 3.9 1.9 1.0 0.2 0.5
Khalis Cain 30 6.0 7.5 0.2 0.9 1.0 0.0
Nia Howard 30 5.1 1.5 0.6 0.6 0.1 0.2
Wofford Leaders GP PTS REB AST STL BLK 3PM
Rachael Rose 29 21.8 8.4 5.6 2.1 0.3 1.9
Maddie Heiss 29 11.0 2.8 1.1 0.8 0.2 1.9
Annabelle Schultz 29 9.4 4.6 1.3 1.8 0.1 1.9
Evangelia Paulk 29 8.5 7.0 1.2 1.6 0.6 0.9
Indiya Clarke 29 7.5 6.0 0.7 0.3 0.4 0.8

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Chattanooga vs. Wofford Predictions & Picks: Spread, Total - SoCon Tournament

Saturday's contest features the Chattanooga Mocs (20-11, 12-6 SoCon) and the Wofford Terriers (17-14, 10-8 SoCon) facing off at Harrah’s Cherokee Center Asheville in what should be a tight matchup, with a projected 76-74 win for Chattanooga according to our computer prediction. Game time is at 6:00 PM ET on March 9.Based on our computer prediction, Wofford is projected to cover the spread (3.5) against Chattanooga. The two sides are projected to go over the 144.5 over/under....

Saturday's contest features the Chattanooga Mocs (20-11, 12-6 SoCon) and the Wofford Terriers (17-14, 10-8 SoCon) facing off at Harrah’s Cherokee Center Asheville in what should be a tight matchup, with a projected 76-74 win for Chattanooga according to our computer prediction. Game time is at 6:00 PM ET on March 9.

Based on our computer prediction, Wofford is projected to cover the spread (3.5) against Chattanooga. The two sides are projected to go over the 144.5 over/under.

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Chattanooga vs. Wofford Game Info & Odds

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Chattanooga vs. Wofford Score Prediction

Spread & Total Prediction for Chattanooga vs. Wofford

Chattanooga's record against the spread this season is 15-14-0, while Wofford's is 13-15-0. A total of 15 out of the Mocs' games this season have hit the over, and 18 of the Terriers' games have gone over. The two teams score an average of 153.2 points per game, 8.7 more points than this matchup's total. Chattanooga is 5-5 against the spread and 6-4 overall in its last 10 games, while Wofford has gone 5-5 against the spread and 5-5 overall.

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