Does South Carolina Have a No-Fault Divorce?

By Attorney | March 15, 2021 | 0 Comments

Many states have opted for no-fault divorces. In the states with a true no-fault divorce, either party can petition the court to dissolve the marriage. There does not have to be a reason other than one spouse does not wish to remain married. Other states require parties to have grounds for divorce. Grounds are based

Custody in South Carolina – What Do Judge’s Consider in a Custody Battle?

By Attorney | March 11, 2021 | 0 Comments

South Carolina judges consider what is in the child’s best interest when parents cannot agree during a custody battle. It is best for the child when parties can co-parent successfully. Barring abuse or other adverse situations, children benefit from a close, continuing relationship with both parties. However, if parents cannot agree, judges make decisions related

Auto Accident in Myrtle Beach – Two Mistakes That Could Hurt Your Case

By Attorney | March 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

If you are in an auto accident in Myrtle Beach, you probably know that you need to call the police to report the accident. You may know that you need to report the crash to your insurance provider. You probably know that you need to see a doctor as soon as possible to document your

What Is a Wrongful Death Claim in South Carolina?

By Attorney | March 4, 2021 | 0 Comments

Losing a family member is never easy. Even when your loved one lived a long life, and you expect their death, it can be difficult to accept that it is the time for them to leave this world. However, grief can be even more intense and difficult to process when a loved one’s death is

Five Facts About Personal Injury in Myrtle Beach, SC

By Attorney | March 1, 2021 | 0 Comments

Personal injury laws cover injuries to individuals caused by another party. Most cases are based on negligence claims, but a personal injury in Myrtle Beach, SC, can also cover acts of intentional harm or criminal wrongdoing. The best way to determine whether you have a legal claim for damages is to contact an attorney who

South Carolina Personal Injury Top Five Things to Know

By Attorney | March 1, 2021 | 0 Comments

Personal injury law covers a wide variety of claims. However, they all have one thing in common — a person was injured or harmed by another party’s actions or conduct. If another party injured you, there are some important things that you should know that can help you protect your legal right to fair compensation

Probate in South Carolina – Three Forms You Need to Protect Your Family

By Attorney | February 25, 2021 | 0 Comments

Probate in South Carolina is the legal process of finalizing a person’s affairs after their death. Estate planning can make the probate process easier for family members and loved ones. However, many people assume that estate planning is too complicated. We want to dispel that assumption. For many people, just three forms can make probate

Five Steps to Take After an Auto Accident Injury in Myrtle Beach

By Attorney | February 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

Myrtle Beach roads are crowded with millions of residents and tourists each year. If you live or visit Myrtle Beach, you could sustain an auto accident injury on one of our busy streets. Being involved in a traffic accident can be frustrating. It can also be painful and overwhelming. Knowing what steps to take after

Morris Law Firm – Now Google Screened!

By Attorney | February 18, 2021 | 0 Comments

We are proud to announce that the Morris Law Firm is now a Google Screened business! What does this mean? Google Screened helps professional service firms build a trusted reputation online. Businesses with this badge go through extensive background and license checks. On Local Service listings, you will see the Google Screened icon ✓ next

Morris Law, LLC is pleased to announce the recent hire of Ian Taylor, Esq.

By Attorney | February 15, 2021 | 0 Comments

Ian joined Morris Law to help South Carolinians and their families in cases involving catastrophic injuries and death.  He also helped families and individuals protect their wealth and well-being when they needed a will or trust, powers of attorney, and estate planning. Much of his early litigation experience involved probate or estate disputes between family

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