Probate

Probate in South Carolina – an Overview

When a loved one dies, grief and emotional adjustments can be overpowering. Yet, it is necessary for the family to begin dealing with the financial realities of the person’s estate. This includes the probate process, which deals with distributing and settling the estate with court supervision. In most cases, probate is a legal responsibility in South Carolina. 

The National Trial Lawyers Announces the Re-Selection of Jeffrey Morris as a Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyer in South Carolina After One Year

The National Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce that Jeffrey Morris of Morris Law LLC in Surfside Beach has been re-selected as a Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyer in SC after his first year as an exceptionally respected member. This honor has been given to Mr. Morris for his superior skills and qualifications in the legal field. Membership in this exclusive organization is by invitation only and is limited to the top 40 attorneys in each state or region who have demonstrated excellence and have achieved outstanding results in their careers in either civil plaintiff or criminal defense law. 

Probate Law – Contested Will

It is always going to be hard when you lose a loved one. Making final arrangements can be an emotional struggle and a lot during this vulnerable time. But, as many people may have found out through experience, laying your loved one to rest is just the beginning. When people die they often leave things

Morris Law Keeps Growing, New Location in Aiken, SC

Your Morris Law Injury team has grown again. We are excited to announce the Aiken South Carolina office at 1204 Whiskey Road, Suite D Aiken, South Carolina 29803. If you or someone you know is injured in an auto accident or at work, give us a call! (803) 470-4444.

Probate in South Carolina – Three Forms You Need to Protect Your Family

Probate in South Carolina is the legal process of finalizing a person’s affairs after their death. Estate planning can make the probate process easier for family members and loved ones. However, many people assume that estate planning is too complicated. We want to dispel that assumption. For many people, just three forms can make probate