Q: Is there an attorney in South Carolina that handles Wills and is there one that you only pay if you win?
My biological nephew was adopted out when he was a baby and his adopted parents have passed away, most recently his adopted dad and he was told that his father was going to leave him 20% of the Will and a couple of weeks ago he was told he's getting nothing and we smell a snake in the grass. He is 20 years old and has absolutely nobody but me to try to help him and I don't know where to tell him to turn. I have called Probate Court and nothing has been filed since he passed away and they do not have a copy of his Will. I found out how to get his death certificate so I think we got that covered and I guess that would be all. Any information would be helpful, thank you. Also, how will it work, because my nephew lives in Augusta, GA and his dad passed away in Aiken, SC right over the GA/SC line?
A: Attorneys are not permitted to solicit business on this forum. I am certain there is an attorney in South Carolina that is right for you, but you are going to have to put in the work to find them. Check out the directory on this website and find some attorneys that practice in the area you are looking for. Good luck.
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