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Joseph Weston has been peer-rated by his fellow attorneys as AV Preeminent, which is the highest possible rating awarded through Martindale-Hubbell ®, the most respected rating organization in the legal community, and he has been listed in South Carolina Super Lawyers since 2020. Joe has handled thousands of contested cases and has tried over 250 jury trials to verdict in the Courts of South Carolina. That experience provides him with the insight, skills and broad legal knowledge to identify a client’s needs and map out a winning strategy.
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Community Property Trusts: Reducing the Capital Gains Tax
Community Property Trusts In the context of estate planning, there are many practical reasons why one would need to sell an asset, which could result in a capital gain. For example, the death of [...]
Beneficiary Defective Inheritor’s Trust: Creating an Alternative to the GRAT
Imagine being able to move assets out of an estate, nearly tax-free, and put them beyond the reach of creditors, potential lawsuits, and estate taxes, all while retaining control over those assets. Imagine being [...]
Summary Jury Trials a/k/a Fast Track Trials in South Carolina
A summary jury trial is a method of alternative dispute resolution frequently used in South Carolina. This article explains how a summary jury trial is conducted and how it differs in several important respects [...]
South Carolina Courts-Common Pleas vs. Magistrate’s Court
This article describes some of the differences between Common Pleas Court and Magistrate's Court in South Carolina. Common Pleas Court What is Common Pleas Court? Each County in South Carolina has a Circuit Court. [...]