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Category Archives: Civil Litigation

Expunge your criminal history

  Expungement “Innocent until proven guilty,” is a phrase that relates to your relationship with government. It is not normally practiced within the court of public opinion. Public opinion seems to regularly convict a person at the time of the arrest. Your criminal record may carry the baggage of arrests that never resulted in a […]

Child support

Child Support In South Carolina, Child Support is generally calculated using the South Carolina Child Support Guidelines. These guidelines take into consideration the gross income of both parents, other children in the home of each parent, other child support paid or received by parents, work related daycare, health insurance, tax credit for daycare expenses, extraordinary […]

Name Change

Name change Adults and minors can request permission to change their names through Family Court. The process for adults is more direct and less cumbersome than process for a minor. An adult name change generally requires formal investigation and reporting to the Family Court that the name change is not being sought for an improper […]

Hire a lawyer

Hire a lawyer. If you handle your legal matter without the assistance of a lawyer you may suffer costly irreversible mistakes. The internet and legal forms software provide individuals the ammunition destroy their legal position. A few examples: simple mistakes regarding endorsements of wills and contracts; failure to address major issues in divorce cases; failure […]

South Carolina Court of Appeals Affirms Trial Court decision in favor of Attorney Christopher P. Biering’s client

South Carolina Court of Appeals Affirms Trial Court decision in favor of Attorney Christopher P. Biering’s client The South Carolina Court of Appeals affirmed the successful defense verdict rendered by the Trial Court. Attorney Christopher P. Biering successful tried the defense case for his client in this contract matter. The Trial court provided that Biering’s […]