My husband bought a house only put his name on the deed and title with an insurance check with both of our names on the check. Trying to be the sole owner by not adding my name to the title, when we have a disagreement he tell me I have to leave
If you are married any property purchased during the marriage is going to be marital property regardless of how the property is titles absent specific circumstances. If may be worth stilling down with a family law attorney in your area to go over your specific situation.
In South Carolina the original will should be filed with the probate court with in 30 days of the decedent's death. If the will has been filed, as a beneficiary of the will you should be able to review the will at the local probate court.
If you are the person entitled to the surplus funds you must contact the Court or have an attorney do so on your behalf. A person that has your power of attorney is not going to be able to do this on your behalf.
For simple possession of marijuana the minimum fine after all required assessments is $407.50 and the maximum fine is $615.00. Don't forget that simple possession of marijuana 1st offense also carries jail time of up to 30 days along with the fine. I would highly recommend speaking to an...Read more »
If a final order of separate support and maintenance has been approved by the Family Court giving you ownership of a marital home then you are fine selling the home. I would recommend consulting with your family court attorney or a real estate attorney in your area in you have any further questions.
PayPal verified my dad's acct by debiting .25 and then crediting the acct with .20 and then .05. I was quick to catch this bcuz as his POA I monitor the acct and he's been asking me to see if his stimulus check has been deposited. Although the money was taken out and put back in would... Read more »
Assuming that this occurred in South Carolina i would recommend that you reach out to your local law enforcement agency and file a report. This could certainty be considered breach of trust or even possibly exploitation of a vulnerable adult. A law enforcement agency would need to investigate to...Read more »
My SC public records states I have 2 shoplifting charges and some seatbelt violations, however, my SC SLED report says I have a driving under suspension, 2 shoplifting charges, trespassing charge, false information to police...why does it not match?
When you say ‘SC Public Records’ if you are talking about a public index search you have to search each county where your may have been arrested as well as any municipalities that do not report to the county system. If you look at the SLED background check each charge should be linked to an...Read more »
A state trooper contacted me and wants me to accept a reckless driving ticket, even though the info came from the work crew. The trooper was not there. He is threatening to seek an arrest warrant if I dont accept the ticket. Is this legal?
The state and federal charges can stand alone so more likely than not the attorney that represents you on the state charges has still earned his fees in your case unless something was put into your retainer agreement.
I would recommend that you speak to a criminal defense attorney about your options. There are diversionary programs that may be a fit for you and without hearing the actual 911 call no one can get you a good idea of what to expect out of this case.
I was driving by scdc property an had tobacco an liquor in my car in a book bag and not on scdc property got pulled down passed the prison the scdc officer locked me up an charged me with contraband to an inmate how is tht legal
It shall be unlawful for any person to furnish or attempt to furnish any prisoner under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections with any matter declared by the director to be contraband. It shall also...Read more »
The final decree as signed by the judge would be on file with the clerk of court. Any other version you would need to talk to the person that drafted the document who would more likely than not would be an attorney.
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