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South Carolina Non-Compete Agreement | Laws

A South Carolina non-compete agreement allows an employer to protect a legitimate business interest by restricting their ability to work in the same industry. A non-compete must also balance an employer’s legitimate interests and an employee’s right to use their talents to earn a living. A non-compete is specifically restricted to a time and place….

South Carolina General Warranty Deed

A South Carolina general warranty deed is used to convey the title of real property from a seller to a buyer in South Carolina. This type of deed comes with a guarantee that the seller has the legal right and authority to sell the property. The parties must have the document acknowledged and witnessed before…

South Carolina Quit Claim Deed Form

A South Carolina quit claim deed form provides an informal method of quickly transferring or conveying a claim to, interest in, and/or ownership of a property without involving an attorney. If there are any questions regarding this filing, including whether it should be done, one should consult an attorney prior to Signing. Once this form…

South Carolina Notary Acknowledgment Form

A South Carolina notary acknowledgment form is a document executed by a notary public for the purpose of authenticating an individual’s signature on official paperwork. Acting on behalf of the State, the notary public must ensure that the signing individual has been identified as the person described within the documents and that they are signing for…

South Carolina Revocable Living Trust Form

The South Carolina revocable living trust form is a legal document in which the Grantor plans out the distribution of their estate and places their assets into a trust. By creating a living trust, the Grantor enables the named Beneficiaries to avoid probate court proceedings and keeps the estate’s distribution private. The Grantor will continue to receive…

South Carolina Self-Proving Affidavit Form

A South Carolina self-proving affidavit form is an instrument that is attached to a last will and testament to attest the signatures of the witnesses and the testator (the individual whose will is being attested) and help shorten what can be a lengthy probate process. Once the Will goes to probate, the affidavit acts as sworn…

South Carolina Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in SC

A South Carolina name change form is completed by individuals in pursuit of a legal name change so that they can petition their case before a judge. Aside from name changes made after marriage or after divorce, adults may wish to change their name, or the name of a minor (anyone under eighteen years of…

South Carolina Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

The South Carolina do not resuscitate (DNR) order form is a notice informing emergency medical service providers that no resuscitative measures shall be administered to a patient in the event they experience cardiopulmonary arrest. A DNR order may be requested by the patient or from a representative authorized to make medical decisions on their behalf (i.e.,…

South Carolina Security Deposit Demand Letter

The South Carolina security deposit demand letter is sent to landlords who have passed the thirty (30) day deadline for returning the initial deposit to a tenant after a lease has been terminated. If the landlord does not return a security deposit within the required period, the tenant is entitled to three (3) times the amount…

South Carolina Employment Contract Templates (4)

A South Carolina employment contract agreement is used to establish employment terms for an employee’s tenure in a hired position. The employer should clearly outline the individual’s job title, salary, schedule, rights, responsibilities, and any duties which must be fulfilled in order to receive payment. Should the individual fail to meet the employer’s terms or…