uncontested divorce route, If I were to accept(for the sake of an inexpensive less wrangling divorce process- ) that and keep 50,000 in consumer debt (that two lawyers told me in SC equity state no way a judge would rule all for me but is a marital debt) for the sake of an inexpensive less... View More
My ex has kicked me out of out shared apartment that I paid the bills for. She has taken a hold of my bank account and taken money out for “my half of the bills” . She is also saying she plans to put me on child support. I want full custody of my kids. I have a new home , transportation, and... View More
If you believe a false CPS (Child Protective Services) claim was made against you, there are steps you can take to address the situation. First, cooperate fully with the CPS investigation. It's important to demonstrate your willingness to ensure the safety and well-being of your children,...View More
IT APPEARS by affidavit now before me that the SCDSS is charged with investigating reports of alleged child abuse and/or neglect. It further appears that on or about ****, the SCDSS received a report alleging as follows: the minor child **** is currently in the hospital... View More
My mom fell in July and had surgery on her hip and wrist. She is 90. I have the POA, but I do not know what to do now. She lived in Gaffney, SC before her accident, but now has an assisted living apartment in Greenwood, SC so she can be closer to me and my family. She will have palliative... View More
He came home and saw us in bed together and it's his house. He has multiple cdv charges but somehow took full custody of her kids when He had her put in jail He told her she had to leave and couldn't take all her belongings. what are her rights and possible issues that could happen.
In South Carolina, if your girlfriend's ex-husband has full custody of their children and she was told to leave the house, her rights and the potential issues depend on various factors including the custody arrangement and the nature of their living situation. If there's a formal custody...View More
My mom admits she talked my sister into lying as well. I wish to sue. My sister is a asst. solicitor and she presented to the court she was a witness, but she was not there. And my mom will admit to it now. I wish to sue them both. They took my son away with this lie and now he lives in ohio and I... View More
In South Carolina, if your mother and sister provided false statements in court that led to you losing custody of your son, you may have grounds for legal action. First, consult with a family law attorney to address the custody issue and potentially seek to modify the custody arrangement based on...View More
Me and my wife have recently gotten back together after a separation and she was pregnant and her baby’s father wasn’t in the picture so now that the baby is born he wants to see her but we want no connection from him and her at this point. If she wishes to know her father later in life we are... View More
Moved from Florida to South Carolina. My custody agreement states that for Thanksgiving the father should have the children from the end of school on Wednesday until the resumption of school. South Carolina fall break starts on a Monday (no school). Do we follow the school calendar or the weekday?... View More
In South Carolina, when a person passes away, their debts are typically paid from their estate, which includes their assets and property. If your late husband had a TD Fit Loan in his name only, it would typically be considered his individual debt, and the responsibility for paying it off would...View More
My father passed away recently. He signed a will on his deathbed naming 4 family heirs with the executor as my brother, who has already decided to sell the house despite my protest and sentimental attachment. I offered to buy out his shares and he was not interested. He's also convinced my... View More
My mother has dementia, we are doing paperwork while she is still mentally here but no money for an attorney. Will, living will, dual power of attorney. I know we can file at the court house, we just wanna make sure we have the paperwork done right.
You should consult with an attorney. If your mother has dementia, she may not have capacity to execute the documents. You may need to pursue a guardianship. You should consult with an elder law attorney.
I have told my husband that I do not want to continue the marriage but he does not want to accept or acknowledge my decision. I have left the home with my 2 kids as they asked to come along. And would like to find a job and apartment. My husband was emotionally abusive and did not let me work,... View More
You have taken a good first step; to state clearly that you do not wish to continue the marriage. You should add that you would like to conclude the marriage in an amicable way if possible. Then add, I have done my research and suggest mediating the divorce. That is, meet with an attorney who would...View More
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. I'm sorry for your difficult position. This is something that a divorce attorney would know better than an insurance defense or banking attorney (the chosen categories). In the interim, there could be...View More
I am the person's granddaughter but what happened was the property was in my grandmother's name she had dementia back in 2018 or 19 and my uncle came and had her sign the property to him I was told all my life that I would inherit my portion of the property up until last year and then my... View More
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