Do you have a question or a problem which requires legal research or an opinion of law? Don’t do the research yourself, save time and hassle by engaging South Carolina Attorneys At Law to do the legal research for you! The internet is a vast resource of information, but not all of it is accurate, current, or even free. The old adage, don’t believe everything you read is very true. Unless you have been properly educated and trained in legal research, you will probably find information that is either no longer current or that has been changed by subsequent court or legislative action. How would you ever know? The simple answer is you would not, but our professionals will!
Our licensed attorneys hold both LexisNexis and Westlaw professional legal research certifications and have access to comprehensive legal databases and libraries and vast experience conducting legal research and rendering opinions and advice on a broad variety of topics for individuals, companies, and government entities and officials throughout South Carolina. Give us a call and let our South Carolina Legal Research Attorneys do the leg work for you to help answer your South Carolina legal questions!
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Do you have a lease, contract, insurance policy or other document that you need or would like a licensed attorney to review? Don’t assume you know the legal effect of the language within your document just because it’s there; some of the terms are probably illegal and unenforceable. Let our attorneys tell you what your document properly outlines and legally requires of both parties.
Our attorneys will review your document in detail and make sure that you are aware of your duties and responsibilities under the contract, as well as what terms or actions may or may not be enforceable according to current case law. At the end of the review, you will have a thorough understanding of all parties’ obligations and an understanding of what grey areas may exist or need to be addressed to strengthen your legal position.
In today’s easy access internet world, individuals can draft and execute “boilerplate” contracts without the advice or review from a licensed attorney. While easy, your specific needs and desires are not addressed by a generic form document and important terms and protections can easily be left out or misunderstand. If you don’t have a full understanding of the current legal landscape and what terms are legal and can be enforced and what terms are illegal and unenforceable, you may rely on terms of an agreement that you expect the other party to perform or that you think you need to perform that may be illegal and unenforceable. A classic example: A term in a residential lease agreement that says that the landlord can lock out the tenant without obtaining a legal eviction, that term will not be enforced and if acted upon could create liability against the landlord.
Don’t take actions without knowing the legal ramifications of the document you are relying on.
Our attorneys can review any of the following types of documents and more:
- Business Contracts
- Corporate Documents
- Court Orders
- Employment Contracts
- Insurance Policies
- Lease Agreements
- Personal Agreements
- Wills and Trusts
- And many more!
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