2013

Blog Posts in 2013

  • Family Court issues in Bankruptcy Court: Domestic Support Obligations

    || 24-Jun-2013

    Parties involved in litigation in the Family Court may also find themselves in need of filing for relief in the United States Bankruptcy Court. Additionally, a person may be paying child support and/or alimony and need to file for bankruptcy relief. The issues such people may encounter include, but are not limited to, what is Domestic Support Obligation as defined by the United States Bankruptcy ...
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  • Who is eligible for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Discharge?

    || 21-May-2013

    Who is eligible for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Discharge? If you are considering filing for protection under Chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy Code, one of many determinations that must be made prior to filing your case is whether you are eligible for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy discharge. Any person who is qualified to file and maintain a case under Chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy Code ...
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  • Prior DUI from another State and enchancement.

    || 17-May-2013

    If you are arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) in the State of South Carolina, you may have the question, what happens to a South Carolina driver who has a prior DUI from another state? South Carolina's new DUI law, more specifically South Carolina Code § 56-5-2930(D), provides the following: For the purposes of this section, a conviction, entry of a plea of guilty ...
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  • South Carolina Child Support Guidelines and Income

    || 7-May-2013

    If you are involved in the litigation of a case in a Family Court in the State of South Carolina, and child custody, visitation and child support are issue, an amount of child support may be calculated pursuant to the South Carolina Child Support Guidelines. The court must determine the gross income of each parent, to calculate child support, pursuant to the Guidelines. Income includes the actual ...
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  • DUI and Mandatory Videotaping of the Incident Site

    || 30-Apr-2013

    Being arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) can be a traumatic experience that can have profound effects on a person's life. If a law enforcement officer conducts a traffic stop of a driver in the state of South Carolina, and investigates the driver for possibly Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving with an Unlawful Alcohol Concentration (DUAC), that officer must ...
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  • Claiming Exemptions in Bankruptcy Case

    || 29-Apr-2013

    A debtor under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the United States Bankruptcy Code, must elect the exemptions to which they are entitled. Each item of property the debtor claims as exempt in Schedule C, should be described sufficiently to insure the applicability of the exemption to the claimed property. A debtor may claim exemptions from either: (1) property specified in 11 U.S.C. 522(d) (the federal ...
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  • Welcome

    || 6-Jan-2013

    Welcome to the official Blog of Hall & Hall Attorneys at Law. We look forward to providing our quest with informative posts in the future. Thank you for your visit.
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