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August 29, 2019

Divorce can be a complex and confusing process. Even if you and your spouse are in agreement on ending the relationship, there are still legal documents to file before a final order can be issued. For many people, filing for divorce is their first experience with the South Carolina court system. Not understanding the terms used in court during...

August 23, 2019

While summer is almost officially over, Labor Day weekend presents the opportunity for a final fling. Many of us will be attending picnics, pool parties, and other outdoor events to celebrate. However, when making your plans, be aware of how alcohol use might fit into the picture. There is an increased police focus on preventing drunk driving...

August 16, 2019

As summer winds down, families are focused on getting children back to school. Amidst all of the shopping and adjusting of your schedule, it’s important to take time to talk to young students about safety. Taking the bus and walking to or from school puts children at an increased risk for car accidents. Unfortunately, these can result in serio...

August 7, 2019

On-the-job accidents and injuries can happen to anyone. While some jobs present more obvious dangers, workers in any occupation may be at risk for injuries which can have long term impacts on their health and financial security. When this happens, workers’ compensation benefits can help offset your costs. During the month of August, federal ag...

August 1, 2019

The town of Aiken is the largest city in Aiken County, but it is still considered predominantly rural compared to other places across the state. There are numerous long, two-lane roads, their speed limits vary, and the limit is often hard to determine. As a result, it’s common for drivers to pass other vehicles by moving into the opposing lane...

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