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Hunter Montgomery has focused his practice on Estate Planning and probate law ever since joining the South Carolina Bar in 2002. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina.
After his undergraduate studies, he graduated cum laude from Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia, having earned a Juris Doctorate. Hunter is a member of the South Carolina Bar, the Beaufort County Bar Association, the Hilton Head Island Bar Association and has served on a number of charitable and advisory boards in the Bluffton/Hilton Head area.
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Families who have a family member with a disability must plan for the future very carefully.
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