REAL ESTATE LAW
Experience counts when it comes to handling cases of real estate law. From the sale and purchase of property to tenants’ rights disputes, the broad field of real estate law is complex. Successful case resolution requires an attorney who has a deep familiarity with ownership and property usage laws. We specialize in real estate law in Darlington, SC and the surrounding areas. Our top priority is to protect our clients’ real estate investments.
Our law office tends to a wide range of real estate-related matters. Schedule a consultation with us when you need assistance with:
- Buying and Selling Property
- Contract Disputes
- Breach of Contract
- Resolution of Landlord/Tenant Disputes
- Bad Faith Insurance Litigation
- Insurance Coverage Disputes
- Title Dispute Representation
- Boundary Dispute Representation
- Easements, Right Of Way, and Access Issues
- Property Liens
- Transfer of Title and Ownership
WILLS AND TRUSTS
We offer clients in Darlington, SC and surrounding areas unique solutions to make sure every detail of their estate is accounted for. Whether you are looking to draft a living trust or establish a trust fund for a child or grandchild, we are the firm to count on.
Many people associate trusts with the wealthy. However, trusts and living trusts can be an excellent option for any individual. At our office, our experienced trust lawyers work closely with clients to decide on the proper course of action for your assets. Regardless of the size of your estate, we are ready and willing to offer you guidance and provide you with the superior services you deserve. Contact us to learn more about the following types of trusts:
- Living Trusts
- Living Revocable Trusts
- Revocable Trusts
- Gun Trusts
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Medicaid Protection Trusts
- Special Needs Trusts
While probate law is often complicated, my legal services offer the clarity and assistance you need in order to enjoy peace of mind.
As your probate lawyer, I will assist with all of the official duties pertaining to your estate’s executorship. These responsibilities include:
- Making an Inventory of Assets
- Validating the Will
- Settling Outstanding Debts
- Paying Taxes
- Distributing Remaining Assets on Behalf of the Decedent
- Preparing and Filing the Necessary Paper-Work
- Mediating Disputes over Assets between Beneficiaries
My objective is to see that the distribution of your assets, including property and finances, runs as smoothly as possible. My probate administration services are designed to eliminate stress and to ensure that any lingering legal matters are resolved satisfactorily.
Although Real-Estate, Wills and Trusts, and Probate Law are Parker’s specialty, he is a general practitioner. As a general practitioner, Parker Howle can assist with criminal law, personal injury law, family law, and more.