Juliet Casper talked with the Rotary Club of Little River about the importance of Estate Planning during the pandemic.
Juliet Casper of the North Myrtle Beach, SC law firm Roy & Casper LLC, spoke to the Rotary Club of Little River this week about the importance of estate planning especially during the pandemic. Her talk highlighted several of the differences between South Carolina law and the law in other states which new residents to our area may not have considered. She also highlighted the four legal documents everyone should have: A Last Will and Testament, a Health Care Power of Attorney, a Financial Power of Attorney, and a Living Will.
Juliet Casper is a partner in the law firm of Roy & Casper, LLC. Prior to forming Roy & Casper, LLC in 2018, Juliet was a partner at Newby Sartip Masel & Casper, LLC, for thirteen years. Her practice consists of residential and commercial real estate, estate planning and probate, commercial and corporate transactions. She is licensed in both North and South Carolina.
Juliet served as State President for the General Federation of Women’s Clubs –South Carolina 2018-2020. She is the first member of the North Myrtle Beach Woman’s Club and first woman in Horry County to serve as State President. The General Federation of Women’s Clubs is an international organization dedicated to community improvement through volunteer service.
In addition to her volunteer service with the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, Ms. Casper serves Horry County as a longtime board member of Sea Haven Inc., a nonprofit that assists at risk and homeless youth. In 2019 she was appointed by Governor McMaster to the Foster Care Review Board for Horry County. She swims with the Grand Strand Masters Swim Team. She is married to Chris Mezenski, Vice President of GreenTrol Automation, Inc. and they have one child, Tristan, who is a junior at Coastal Carolina University.
Picture are Juliet Casper and Paula Yanis, Club President