Your question is very general and depends on the specifics of your situation. I would suggest that you consult with a South Carolina probate attorney who can review the probate file with you and advise you of your rights to receive any inheritance.
A South Carolina probate estate will have to be opened in order to transfer the title to a vehicle. Contact the probate court in the county where they resided for the requirements to open an estate. You will need an original of their death certificates and wills if they had a will. South Carolina...View More
Would I be entitled to a portion of the value of items such as, boats, jet ski etc. my husband purchased during our 9 year marriage if he put them in his mother's name? (if I filed for a divorce) He has been the sole provider during our marriage and says I wouldn't be entitled to anything... View More
Marital property includes all real and personal property the parties acquired during the marriage and owned as of the date of filing or commencement of marital litigation. S.C. Code Ann. § 20-3-630(A) (Supp. 2009). "The doctrine of equitable distribution is based on a recognition that...View More
In order to be sure that the termination of your alimony is properly entered with the court system, you should contact your attorney and have him file a petition for termination based on the remarriage.
This is general advice only and not legal advice. Please contact your own attorney for...View More
The rooms had adjoining doors which had locks on them and remained closed the majority of the time especially at night. My fiance was in one cabin with his kids and myself and my child in the other cabin. Is this a breech of "noone of the opposite sex under the same roof" under the divorce law?
That is really pushing the envelope of a finding of contempt. I would anticipate a judge finding that was contempt of the standard restraining order against overnight paramours, especially since there is a connecting door.
No your husband cannot sell it. It is your separate property and only you can sell it. In a divorce, he may have a claim to a portion of the equity in the house depending on the circumstances.
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