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What Authority and Duties Do Personal Representatives Have in South Carolina?

By |May 15th, 2019|Categories: Probate|

When a person dies in South Carolina, someone must take responsibility for managing his or her final affairs. That person is the deceased’s “personal representative.” A personal representative may be designated in the deceased’s will; [...]

What Do You Need to Know About Special Referees in South Carolina?

By |April 7th, 2019|Categories: Business Law, Probate|

In South Carolina, certain types of circuit court cases are not decided by a judge. Instead, these cases are referred to a master-in-equity, who “is entitled to all the benefits and subject to all the [...]

Testate vs. Intestate Estates: Why You Need a Will in South Carolina

By |March 29th, 2019|Categories: Probate|

While there are numerous reasons to prepare an estate plan, one of the simplest and most-important reasons is to make sure that you do not leave behind an “intestate estate.” To die intestate means to [...]

What You Need to Know About Special Referees in South Carolina

By |January 22nd, 2019|Categories: Business Law, Probate, Real Estate|

In South Carolina, certain types of circuit court cases are not decided by a judge. Instead, these cases are referred to a master-in-equity, who “is entitled to all the benefits and subject to all the [...]

Understanding Charging Orders Under South Carolina Law

By |December 4th, 2018|Categories: Business Law|

Suppose you secure a judgment in court, and the defendant (who is now your “judgment debtor”) refuses to pay. In most cases, enforcing a judgment involves garnishing an individual judgment debtor’s wages or salary, securing [...]

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