Q. My mother has some fault in a small car accident. I’m concerned that she doesn’t have enough car insurance and think she should place her life savings beyond the reach of a lawsuit. Your thoughts? A. Your Mother’s insurance agent can best advise on whether she needs additional coverage. As a general rule the minimum...Read more
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- My Mom’s power of attorney was prepared some years ago in another state. When I took a copy to her local bank it was refused. Among other things I was told it was outdated. Does Mom need to have a new one prepared?
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- I am confused is there more than one kind of probate in South Carolina.
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Bigamy is when a person who was previously married and never obtained a divorce marries another person. Bigamy is a felony in the state of South Carolina. If a person...
YES 1. What requirements must be met for a couple to be recognized as common law married in South Carolina? ♦ The couple must agree to be married. ♦ The...
My friend had difficulty getting access to her husband’s online information after he passed. What rights, if any, does a spouse have to online stuff? One of the hot topics...
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