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Gary W. Crawford Attorney at Law
Florence, South Carolina, Law Firm

Carefully Guiding Clients Through Probate

If you have been named the personal representative of a person's estate, you are taking on many serious duties. Failing in these duties could create numerous problems. In the worst-case scenario, failing in these duties could expose you to legal liability. A skilled probate lawyer can take this burden off of your shoulders. Since 1980, individuals and families across Florence and beyond have placed their trust in Gary W. Crawford, Attorney at Law.

Our law firm represents personal representatives from South Carolina and other states. Whether you are a local or out-of-state client, we will do our best to help you efficiently and effectively navigate probate.

Detail-Oriented, Efficient Representation At Every Point In The Process

Our law firm will handle all of your duties as a personal representative, including:

  • Taking inventory of all estate assets
  • Making sure estate assets are secure
  • Providing notice to any estate creditors
  • Paying any valid estate debts
  • Filing tax returns
  • Distributing estate assets according to the terms of the decedent's will

If there was not a valid will, the personal representative will distribute assets according to South Carolina law.

Many people are concerned about how long probate will take, and rightfully so. The duration of probate depends on the size of the estate, the type of assets within the estate and other factors. When you work with our law firm, you can be confident that we will take no longer than is necessary to complete probate. With more than 35 years' experience, Gary W. Crawford understands the details of probate and will go the extra mile to help you achieve your goals.

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