2 Things You Should Know When It Comes to Alimony

Alimony, or spousal support, is paid by one party to another after a divorce. It’s determined by the courts who will decide who gets it, how much, and for how long. What else should you know about it? Take a look at two things everyone going through a divorce should know when it comes to…

4 Circumstances You May Need a Business Law Attorney

If you own a business and you don’t have a business law attorney in your corner, you might end up regretting it. Just because you haven’t been in the position to need one yet, doesn’t mean you won’t. Take a look at four circumstances you may find yourself where you need an attorney specializing in…

2 Things to Know About Adult and Minor Name Changes in South Carolina

There are many reasons a person might choose to change their name. It could be for religious, political, family, or personal reasons. If you’re considering changing your first or last name, you must do it legally to prevent issues going forward. Here are two things to know about both adult and minor name changes in…

4 Important Tips to Keep in Mind When Planning Your Estate

Estate planning is an important way to protect your assets and your loved ones after your passing. It takes great knowledge to create the documents that include the right language and cover all the bases to ensure documentation of your wishes. As you dig into planning your estate, keep these four tips in mind. Tip…

3 Advantages of Estate Planning

During your life, you have the privilege of planning for the future of your loved ones with estate planning. While it’s not something anyone likes thinking about, making sure your estate is fully accounted for before your death is vital to the ones you leave behind. Here are three advantages of estate planning that could…

3 Reasons Why Establishing Paternity in South Carolina Matters

Establishing paternity is vital to all parties for many reasons. If you’ve fathered a child in South Carolina, you need to know why it’s so important to prove it’s yours. Take a look at three reasons proof matters. #1: Legal Rights In the state of South Carolina, the father of a child born out of…

What is Probate Administration?

Probate administration is the process of managing the estate and assets of a deceased individual if they did not leave a will. While the probate process happens in most cases with or without a will, here’s what probate administration is and what it can mean for you and your family. Probate Administration Without a Will…

3 Must Know Myths About Divorce & Family Law

Are you considering getting a divorce and are overwhelmed by all of the how-to articles and supplementary information on the internet? Beware of some things you read and hear, not everything is what it seems. However, the right family law attorney can bring clarity to the myths and assist you in taking the correct actions…

Avoid 4 Costly Estate Planning Mistakes

Estate planning is an essential way to protect your assets after you’re gone. Not only will it determine asset division and the beneficiaries, but they also help to protect your family from disagreements, legal issues, and tax liability. As you navigate through the process, keep in mind these four costly mistakes so you can avoid…

3 Things to Know Before Filing for Divorce in SC

The decision to divorce may be one of the hardest decisions you ever make. Because of the consequences, it should never be made quickly. A divorce not only dissolves a legal relationship, but it may significantly change the entire family dynamic. However, if you believe your marriage is irretrievably broken and divorce is your best course of…

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