Covers the grounds for divorce in South Carolina, alimony, division of marital property, child custody, child support and common law marriage.
Covers the speeding ticket laws in South Carolina
Covers the estate and probate laws in South Carolina including applying to be the executor of an estate, the duties of an executor, and a personal representative checklist.
Provides statewide court resources, court forms, opinions and rules of court.
The South Carolina Code of Laws available on the South Carolina General Assembly's website.
Law student page on the law of torts including contributory negligence. Torts is an introduction to the basic principles of liability for harm caused to the person or property of others including personal injury from traffic accidents.
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