I was working for a company and I work a couple of days and do to my medical problem I was not able to continue the job so when it was time for me to get paid for the days I did work the have not paid me and I sent a 24 hour notice to my Boss and his Boss letting them know if I don't receive my... Read more »
You have the option of filing a complaint with the SC Dept. of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (LLR). They can investigate your claim and potentially fine the employer. But they cannot recover your money. If the amount you're owed is less than $7,500, then you can file a small claims court lawsuit...Read more »
You should immediately consult an employment law attorney in South Carolina to discuss your situation. You may have a claim for unpaid wages under the federal law (Fair Labor Standards Act) and state law.
The fact that the person has a bench warrant has little to do with the ultimate outcome of the case. Without knowing the dollar amount of the forgery I can’t let you know what the possible sentence could be.
A lien can be placed on a piece of property owned by an irrevocable trust IF AND ONLY IF the trustee of that trust voluntarily grants the lien (such as a mortgage) or a judgement is obtained against the trust and it is recorded in the local land records. There are a few other instances where a...Read more »
I am sorry that your father had a stroke. I hope he recovers fully and quickly.
You can start with https://patents.google.com/ and type in the legal name your father would have used in signing legal papers (does he use a middle initial or a middle name). Google will offer you the option...Read more »
The primary beneficiary for which the trust was established is deceased. All debts and liens against the trust are satisfied. The trust directs distribution of assets to four remaining beneficiaries and all assets have been distributed according to the trust's instructions to them.
Normally you would get a receipt for final distribution and acceptance of final account from each of the ultimate beneficiaries and arrange for the filing of the trust's final tax return and close any trust bank accounts that had been opened.
For example I was given until 4:30 pm Dec 24, 2019 to pay the bond so if I don't pay it can the landlord call the sheriff and have me removed at 5pm on the above mentioned date or does he have to go back to the magistrate and get a order to remove me immediately
I took my moms vehicle which I was given a key too with permission to use everyday to take brothers to school and personal use if I ask, I was told not to go out and took the car out anyway one night, they told me to be home by 10 or they’d call police. I arrive at 10:30, see the cops as I pull... Read more »
We would need some more information before we can answer that question. The issue would be if you were in custody at the time that you made the admission. You will need to reach out to a criminal defense attorney in your area or the public defenders office if you can not afford a private attorney...Read more »
Unless South Carolina is different from other states the deed was created on the day you closed on the purchase. There is no specific time-period for the lender to send you the deed. Call the local county clerk's office and ask if they can help you find a copy of the new deed in their official...Read more »
No. You cannot unless you do not know if your spouse is living. That is only a defense to the crime of bigamy. You need to file for divorce to be able to get remarried if you know your spouse to be living.
I was hit by two trucks on my motorcycle waiting at a stoplight in January. I sustained spine injuries and my motorcycle was totaled. I retained an attorney three days after the accident and have yet to have settled the claim. In addition to the lack of sense of urgency my attorney is very... Read more »
This is a very sensitive subject. It is unfortunate that you feel this way, especially concerning such a severe case. It is best for you to speak with another attorney who is licensed to handle similar cases in South Carolina.
the majority of the mortgage each month. She doesn't have to file taxes (retired). How does this work? Can my name be added to the financing documents to show co ownership even though it's her credit that is being approved for the loan?
You may have a claim against the personal representative of the estate if they did not distribute property according to the will or state law if there was no will. You should reach out to an attorney in your area to see what your options are.
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 »
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