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South Carolina Advance Directive Form

A South Carolina advance directive is a document that combines a health care power of attorney and a living will. This allows a person to select an agent to handle their medical demands and select treatment preferences. Once the form has been written it’s required to be signed with two (2) witnesses and a notary…

South Carolina Land Contract Template

A South Carolina land contract establishes terms for a vacant land or lot transaction between a seller and purchaser. The contract documents the land/lot being sold, the parties involved in the deal, and the agreed-upon price in tandem with any additional financial contingencies. Pending approval from the seller, the buyer may utilize this form to…

South Carolina Non-Solicitation Agreement

A South Carolina non-solicitation agreement is a contract between an employer and an employee that restricts the employee from soliciting the employer’s customers for a period of time and within a geographic area after terminating employment with that employer. The agreement is designed to protect the employer’s investment of time and money into building a customer base. Legally…

South Carolina Partnership Agreement

A South Carolina partnership agreement is a legal record that defines a management partnership’s structure. It verifies dissolution, liabilities, dispute resolution, ownership interests, and duration. The contract must be very comprehensive to prevent future conflicts. Partnership Types General Partnerships (GP) – Title 33, Chapter 41 (§§ 10-1330) Limited Partnership (LP) – Title 33, Chapter 42…

South Carolina Postnuptial Agreement

A South Carolina postnuptial agreement lets married couples decide how they want their property to be distributed if their marriage ends in death or divorce. Separating couples could face the state’s default rules for property division without a postnuptial or prenuptial agreement. However, unlike prenuptial agreements, which are signed before marriage and commonly known as “prenups,”…