Berkeley County Library System (BCLS), in collaboration with the South Carolina Bar, invites customers to participate in Law Talk Series, Thursday, January 19th, from 6 pm to 7 pm at St. Stephen Library, located at 113 Ravenell Drive, St. Stephen. John B. “Jack” Williams, Esquire will discuss Heirs Property with a Q&A following the session.
Law Talk Seriesare free legal education presentations taught by a South Carolina licensed attorney or judge and followed by a brief Q&A following the talk. Customers may visit berkeleylibrarysc.libcal.com/event/9835160 to register for this session. Seating is limited.
“’Heirs Property’ is a term used when a property owner has died and no estate or suit to determine heirs has been filed,” said Williams. “The property descends to the heirs of the deceased and sometimes the landowner has been dead for many years. The title is therefore in the names of the descendants of the landowner. Their interest is determined by the family history and can vary greatly, depending on the family tree. ”
For more information on Law Talk Series or other BCLS programs/events, contact Karen Altman at 843-567-4862 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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