Wills & Probate

Quinn & Hardy is a Columbia, South Carolina firm that provides high-quality legal advice regarding wills, trusts, and probate proceedings. The firm serves individuals and families located in Richland, Lexington, Kershaw, Fairfield, Newberry, Saluda, Calhoun, and Sumter counties, and the Midlands area. Our attorneys have helped countless clients protect their assets through comprehensive estate planning. At Quinn & Hardy, our attorneys and staff have the necessary knowledge and skill to provide the legal counsel you need to make the best plan for you and your loved ones.

Wills & Probate

At Quinn & Hardy, we provide a wide range of estate planning services, including wills and probate.  Our attorneys, Natalie J. Quinn and Kevin T. Hardy, are experienced South Carolina estate planning attorneys who provide guidance and legal counsel to clients statewide.

As experienced estate planners, our attorneys know that regardless of the size of your estate, every person should take the time to establish a will. Having a will in place will ensure that your wishes are carried out and that your assets are distributed correctly. We work closely with each of our clients to identify their goals and provide effective estate planning solutions to make sure that their interests are protected.

Our firm also handles estate administration and related probate proceedings. In order to distribute some assets, such as real property, those assets must pass through probate. Our attorneys provide legal guidance to beneficiaries, estate administrators, and other interested parties during the probate process. It is always our goal to help our clients expedite the probate process so that assets can be distributed promptly.

Having an experienced estate planning attorney on your side will allow you to create a solid plan that will protect your loved ones for years to come. Our attorneys will take the time to answer your questions and explain all your options. Together we will create the best estate plan for you and help you navigate the probate process.

Contact Us

If you are considering creating a will or need guidance after the death of a loved one, our experienced attorneys can help. Our attorneys have the necessary knowledge and skill to guide you through every phase of the estate planning and administration process. They will answer your questions, help you evaluate your options, and protect your assets.

Contact our Columbia office today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced estate planning attorneys.