3 Things You Should Know About South Carolina Probate Law

Our attorneys in Beaufort, SC can guide you through the process

Probating an estate can put additional stress on grieving families who don't know how to settle a loved one's affairs. At Weidner, Wegmann & Harper LLC, a probate law attorney in Beaufort, SC can walk you through the process so you feel confident distributing assets to beneficiaries.

Here are a few things you should know about probate:

The probate process begins when a loved one files Form 300PC with the South Carolina Probate Court.
The executor is responsible for administering the estate; otherwise, the court will appoint an administrator.
Jointly owned property and assets in living trusts don't need to go through probate.

To learn more about South Carolina probate law, contact Weidner, Wegmann & Harper LLC today. Your initial consultation is free.