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Response to COVID-19

While the courts are operating on a limited basis as a result of COVID-19 there are still some things you can do.  The S.C. Bankruptcy court is still operating, however, Read More

No More Common Law Marriage in S.C.

Have ever heard someone say, "We have been together for seven years" so we are common law married?  Well if so, those days are over.  The South Carolina Supreme Court Read More

How Can I Afford to Pay for a Bankruptcy when I am Broke

No, you can't use your credit card and you shouldn't borrow money to file for a bankruptcy.  Bankruptcy law does not allow an attorney to tell you to take on Read More

Conscious Uncoupling

When Gwyneth Paltrow made the announcement that she and her then husband, Chris Martin, had decided to "consciously uncouple" you could hear the collective laughter throughout the twitter universe. Conscious Read More

Aretha Franklin's lack of a will could make things rocky for heir

Paul Sancya / AP) Andrew Dalton Associated Press   September 1, 2018| Los Angeles   Aretha Franklin was so hard-nosed in her business dealings that she demanded to be paid in cash before performing. Read More

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