Death Of A Loved One Who Lived Out Of State And Owned Property In South Carolina

It happens often that a personal representative will have to arrange the sale of a property for a decedent who did not live in South Carolina but owned property in South Carolina.

The law firm of Aaron & Aaron in Clemson has more than 30 years of legal experience in two relevant areas of law: probate and real estate. With an attorney from our law firm on your side throughout this process, you can feel confident that the sale of the property will be a success and that the final affairs of your loved one's estate will be dealt with appropriately.

Our probate attorneys provide sound legal guidance as we help you through the proper procedure to filing probate. We can help you move through this process without any unnecessary delays or problems. For more information, please call us at 864-271-5545.

When Probate And Real Estate Go Hand In Hand

If the property in question is not going to remain in the family, the personal representative may choose to sell the property and convert it to cash. For personal representatives who live out of state, we strive to make the process as seamless and personable as possible. We frequently converse via email and offer a secure portal to send and receive documents and information. We offer local representation to personal representatives near and far.

Additionally, we are thorough in ensuring that your responsibilities as a personal representative are met and performed within the appropriate time frames. From notifying the heirs to a final accounting of the assets to the distribution of cash from the sale of the property, our law firm can attend to your legal needs.

Call Us For More Information And A Free Consultation With A Lawyer

Our attorneys offer knowledgeable representation for complicated legal processes. Rather than second-guessing what you are doing and opening yourself up to lawsuits, turn to the law firm that has extensive experience working with clients remotely. Call for a free consultation at 864-271-5545 or email our law firm.