am in a better financial situation to afford my insurance, what are the requirements in SC to take my car off the road temporarily. And, I am aware that I would not be able to drive my car until I can once again pay for car insurance. Thank you very much for your time.
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney, it's possible you could get guidance from your state's department of motor vehicles. I hope things take a turn for the better and you're...View More
SERVE THUNDERSTORM - NEIGHBORHOOD FLOODED - WE HAD ABOUT 24 INCHES OF WATER UNDER AND AROUND OUR HOUSE. RUINED THE DUCTWORK, MOISTURE BARRIER AND AC/HEATING UNIT. THE DRAINAGES DITCHES HAVE BEEN UNKEPT AND WERE BACKED UP. WE HAVE CONTACTED THE DOT SERVERAL TIMES AND NO HELP. WE NEED ADVICE AND... View More
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You're seeking an attorney - a starting point could be to reach out to experienced civil litigation attorneys who have experience working with property & casualty claims. Good luck
We moved into a new renovated apartment about 4 weeks ago, we spoke to them about all these issues on the 10th of this month, they for one didn’t show us the actual apartment, for two when we did move in, thE AC unit is broken to which they put freo and did not last 24 hours, and we are living in... View More
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. One option is to repost and add the category "Landlord-Tenant." Some questions here do go unanswered, but you might have better chances of a response with the additional heading. Good luck
A South Carolina attorney familiar with local parking ordinances could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general rule nationwide in most places, people can park on public streets freely. Good luck
only answer I received last week was I wasn't working here then, he has been in probation violation for 2 years, his Dad did put him rehab in april 2019 but he only stayed 30 days, but last week he decided he would voluntarily turn himself in to jail. He wanted to man up and put this behind... View More
Since then my health has lead me to file for disability. I can't work and can't pay my bills. I have to sell. I have to pay back money I've borrowed from family to pay my bills. I hope I have enough to live on until I get my disability.
If they have filed the judgment they will get the amount owed to them at the time of the sale if there is any equity in the home before you get any money out of the home. The Judgment acts like a lien against the property.
In what context? Whatever rules apply to the committee may be relevant or talk to local lawyer.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education only. It is not legal advice, and...View More
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...View More
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