Heirs Property

Maybe you just discovered that you've inherited a piece of property from a long-lost relative. Perhaps your parent has just died without a will, leaving your family members divided over what to do with his or her property. Maybe you just need to settle once and for all the status of property that has been in the family for generations.

These can be some of the trickiest real estate scenarios, but an experienced real estate attorney can sort through the issues and give you and your family peace of mind regarding heir property. Berkeley County attorney Jeffrey S. Weathers is more than an experienced lawyer: He knows South Carolina and the intricacies of the regions of our state. He also knows South Carolina real estate law and has extensive experience resolving land disputes and other issues related to property in the state.

Seek legal help as soon as possible to prevent disagreements from turning into full-blown legal disputes. Call our Moncks Corner office at 843-438-4087.

You Have Many Options For Your Family Property. We Can Help You Decide Which Is Best.

We can help you if you want to:

  • Keep the property in the family indefinitely.
  • Keep part of the property and sell the other part.
  • Sell the entire property and divide the proceeds between eligible family members.

Our firm handles quiet title actions and partition actions, and can represent family members involved in land disputes. Identifying all possible heirs to property and clearing title can be incredibly complex, which is why you need an experienced lawyer to help you achieve your goals for your family's land. We're here to help, every step of the way.

Speak With Our Experienced Berkeley County Heir Property Lawyer | Free Consultation Available

For experienced, personalized and efficient legal help for family property division in South Carolina, contact the Law Office of Jeffrey S. Weathers, LLC, for a free consultation: Email us or call 843-438-4087.

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