If your dad transferred the car during his lifetime, then it is no longer part of his probate estate and, therefore, it is not governed by his will. This is especially true if your dad gave the car away or sold it for cash during his lifetime.
In rare cases, such as a sale of a car on...Read more »
It could depend on the terms of the underlying agreement between you and the photographer, in particular, what is said about the deposit. If that point is not addressed, it could be open to debate. Good luck
How does 2 pts affect insurance in SC? Is it worth it to try and fight the points or just be happy the trooper decreased the points from 4 to 2 and since I’ve paid just go on my way? It is my first ticket ever
The minimum points on any speeding ticket is two points. The judge does not have the authority to drop them any lower. Your insurance can take the conviction into account but that really depends on your carrier.
We signed a year lease, a month later the property changed hands a new lease was never signed.we have lived here going on 3 years. And have fell on hard times due to having a baby. We said there was somethings need to be fixed before we sign a new lease. It's a lot that needs fixed. They were... Read more »
There are very specific requirements under the SC Landlord Tennant Act that you must comply with before you are able to withhold any rent. Failure to comply with all of those requirements could result in eviction if you withhold rent. I would recommend that you reach out to an attorney near you so...Read more »
The trooper decreased the ticket from 4pts to 2 and 20miles down to 10miles. I just paid the fee of $75 online. My question is the ticket online says no court appearance required but the back part of the ticket talks about "If you fail to post bond or personally appear in court on the assigned... Read more »
We've received a receipt almost a year ago stating that my application was received is being process, but there's been no update since then. I've requested an inquiry just now. I'm just worried since he has another court date in Feb 20 and we haven't heard anything yet.
In a year long lease with two others that is joint and severely. I have paid my rent on time and in full for the existing 6 months yet my two roommates are continually late on payments and have accrued late fees and bounced check fees on our account. About 2 month ago after they accrued a balance... Read more »
If you are jointly and severally liable for the entire rent you have very limited options other than catching up the back rent and fees in order to stay in the property. Otherwise the eviction will likely go forward. Take a copy of the lease to an attorney and they might be able to give you some...Read more »
The possible punishment for unlawful use of telephone (16-17-430) is $100-$500 (plus assessments) or up to 30 Days in jail. If the charge is unlawful use of 911 (23-47-80) the possible punishment is up to $200 (plus assessments) and/or up to 6 months in prison.
I'm a woman and i'm basically very anxious and struggle with borderline personality disorder, eating disorder, panic disorder. my mental and physical issues make it impossible for me to keep a normal job, i have no family here or friends so i have no place to stay but we both want to get divorced... Read more »
In South Carolina in order to get a divorce you must allege a fault ground or a no fault ground. No Fault is living separate and apart for one year. Fault based grounds are adultery, physical abuse, habitual drunkenness or drug abuse, or abandonment. If none of the Fault based grounds apply to you,...Read more »
I have a bachelor's in Education and Psychology, and a master's in Counseling and Coaching. I am currently working with a residential non profit who provides housing and education for sex trafficking survivors. I would like to work with this population as a Guardian ad Litem.
Unlawful carry of a pistol carries up to 1 year. Based on your question i am unsure of the other charge that you are talking about. If you are talking about possession of a weapon by a person convicted of a crime of violence under state law that charge carries up to 5 years.
I have charges in FL that were adjudicated withheld. I was 18 and received robbery and assault and battery charges. ( I was in the car when it happened, didn’t do it) I’m now 22 and trying to get my massage therapy license and I’m worried adjudicated withheld doesn’t mean anything to the... Read more »
My friend told me that she did not have any identification that's why she couldn't cash the check I walked into the bank and I signed my name in front of the tailor that's all I did was sign my name to get the check cashed but I did not forward no name and I did not write the check out so what can... Read more »
The defendant has been given a bond and the plaintiff wants to be present at the bond. The plaintiff missed the first bond hearing. How many opportunities do the plaintiff get to miss before the defendant can post bond?
If the claim was pending when you filed and did not exempt it out, then the trustee has a right to make a claim on it. As for how much, probably the amount of your debt, plus the Trustee's Counsel and Trustee's Commission. Talk to your lawyer
I went to court in Anderson county October 25th, 2018. Custody was granted to the paternal grandparents. I have completed everything necessary to have custody returned to me. I am in desperate need of getting a new court date.
You would have to file a new case seeking custody of your children to get them back. I suggest you get a consultation with a lawyer to review the prior court order and to discuss whether you have sufficient change in circumstances to file for return of custody.
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