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You’re an adult. You work, pay bills, and make your own decisions. You have car insurance and a savings account. In your day-to-day life, you have things relatively under control. But what if something happened to you? Have you made a plan for how your affairs should be handled in the unfortunate event that you become unable to express your wishes? Who would have the ability to sign your checks to pay your bills? Do
Many realtors find themselves in a confusing situation when selling a deceased owner’s property.  There are many questions that arise during the process, so we’ve created a simple step-by-step legal guide to selling property when the Seller is an Estate.  We’ll send the steps straight to your inbox.
Going through a foreclosure is a homeowner’s nightmare. If you find yourself at risk of foreclosure or you have received a summons for a foreclosure hearing in South Carolina, you may feel scared and even hopeless. The first step to taking control of the situation is becoming educated about how to prevent a foreclosure and your rights in the foreclosure process. Take a deep breath and a minute to review the points below, so you

9 Ways Children Benefit From Divorce

Posted by grandstrandlaw on February 20, 2018
Category: Uncategorized
Divorce has a bad stigma.  People often think it’s best for children if they work through their relationship issues and stick it out.  That is usually false.  If you are considering getting a divorce, but you are concerned about the impact on your children, consider the following ways that children could benefit from divorce depending on different situations.   The child is removed from an environment where they were physically abused. Every parent has a
One of the first crucial decisions when starting a new business is choosing the right business structure. Often, new business owners consider forming a limited liability corporation (LLC) or a Corporation. An LLC is a business entity that is separate from its owners, known as “members”, flexible in structure, and limits the personal liability of its members. The LLC can also choose different tax structures.  It can choose to be taxed as a sole proprietorship
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