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Asking for Emergency E-Witnessing and Notarizing in South Carolina

Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash   South Carolina currently prohibits remote witnessing of legal documents. In order to properly execute estate planning documents […]

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COVID-19 Closing Procedures Bulletin
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Register Your Business: Reasons Why Trademarking a Brand is a Good Idea

Registering a trademark carries several advantages, including legal protection. Learn why trademarking a brand is something you can't ignore.

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13 Simple Steps to Closing on a House

The home closing process feels like the home stretch before getting the keys. Discover here 13 simple steps to closing on a house.

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International Expansion: How to Take Your Business Global

International Expansion: How to Take Your Business Global - If your business has success in one country, it's smart to expand that globally. Seek international expansion with this guide to taking your business global.

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10 Steps to a Knockout Estate Plan

Estate Planning Basics: 10 Knockout Steps to a Great Plan. An estate plan is the smartest thing you can set up for yourself and for your loved ones. Learn these estate planning basics with these 10 knockout steps.

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Legal Trouble? Here's Why You Need a Criminal Defense Attorney

If you're faced with a serious penalties or risk of spending time in jail, you need proper representation. Here's why you need a criminal defense attorney.

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What is Bail and How Does it Work?

The American justice system has over 2 million people locked away in jails and prisons. But, what if you knew many innocent people sat away in jail cells with no way out? In most cases, bail is the only way for unconvicted people to get the freedom they need. What is "bailing someone out?" and how does bail work? Read on for a basic lesson in criminal law, the jailing system, and ways to get jailed people their room to breathe.

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South Carolina's Drunk Driving Laws: What You Need to Know

When you're arrested for drunken driving in South Carolina, there are several things that are going to happen that will cost you money. These include court appearances, fines, and fees. And these are just the main expenses if you're a convicted drunk driver. By law, you will also have to pay for DUI school, drinking disorder evaluations, and a higher insurance premium. A South Carolina DUI is a traffic offense, but it's also a criminal conviction. It is considered one of the most serious misdemeanor offenses in the state's magistrate and municipal courts. We encourage you to keep reading more below about SC DUI laws in case of an unwanted incident.

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De Bruin Law Firm Named One of Greenville's Best Criminal Defense Firms
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