This may depend on how long it has been since the deceased person passed away and if the others named in the will or related persons of the deceased survived the deceased person. A probate lawyer can help determine how to best proceed in what is most likely a Determination of Heirs situation.
Contact a workers comp attorney as soon as possible for more help.
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This refers to the elective share in South Carolina which is a law that states a surviving spouse entitled to a third of the deceased spouse's probate estate. There is no law that you must leave a third to a spouse in a will and many times the elective share is not made.
A life insurance policy is always part of an estate. If there is a beneficiary then it usually not part of the probate estate. If the beneficiary named on the policy is not married any more then the named beneficiary would most likely still get the policy.
You will have to file a name change petition in the family court in your county. You will also have to do SLED background check and a DSS screen, and verify that you are not on the Sexual Offender Registry.
An family law attorney can help you through these steps
If stepdad has custody he may be able to enforce it until you are 18.
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If there is not enough money to pay a bill or creditor then assets from the estate will be sold to pay the bill. Assets not named in a will are sold first and then items specifically named in the will may be sold. If there is not enough assets to pay the bill, then the creditor will get whatever...Read more »
You must file in the county the conviction took place. Each county has their own process. This is an example and explanation http://www.scsolicitor9.org/expungement.htm
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