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Rosen Hagood Partner, Tim Muller Admitted to Michigan Bar

Rosen Hagood July 29, 2021
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Charleston, SC. (July 27, 2021) – Rosen Hagood is pleased to announce that attorney Tim Muller has been admitted to practice law in Michigan. “Being originally from Michigan, and having continued relationships in the state, I am honored to be admitted to practice law in Michigan,” said partner Tim Muller. “Should any South Carolina business …

Probate, Trust and Estate Litigation Attorney, Frank Blanchard, to Speak at 2021 South Carolina Probate Bench/Bar Seminar

Rosen Hagood July 28, 2021
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Rosen Hagood partner, Frank Blanchard has been tapped to present at the 2021 South Carolina Probate Bench/Bar Seminar.  The event is sponsored by the South Carolina Bar CLE Division and will be held on September 10, 2021, at the South Carolina Bar Conference Center in Columbia. An experienced probate, trust and estate litigation attorney, Blanchard …

How To File a Creditor’s Claim Against a South Carolina Estate

Rosen Hagood July 14, 2021
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If a person who owes you money passes away, you will likely need to make a claim in probate court to recover your money. Certain deadlines and procedures have to be followed in order for you, as a creditor of the estate, to successfully collect on the debt. Rosen Hagood’s probate, estate, and trust litigation …

Understanding South Carolina Residential Real Estate Closing Disclosures

Elizabeth F. Nicholson July 1, 2021
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To sell a piece of residential real estate in South Carolina, such as a house, the seller is required by law to disclose certain information. The purpose of these disclosures is to ensure that the buyer is aware of known defects and problems with the property. There are numerous types of defects, all of which …

The Limitations On Defendants During A Default Judgment Damages Hearing

Rosen Hagood June 16, 2021

A default judgment has serious repercussions. In South Carolina, a party that has been served with the complaint (the defendant) has 30 days to file an answer. There are certain rules that have to be followed with respect to the contents of that answer. A defendant can also request an extension of time to answer. …

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