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FAMILY LAW IN BEAUFORT SC

FAMILY LAW IN BEAUFORT SC

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Family Law involves family matters and domestic relations, which can include marriage, divorce, abuse, child custody, guardianship, adoptions and a wide range of other circumstances in which it’s great to have legal guidance. This body of law defines familial relations, attaches legal consequences and directs the transitions of individuals into new family formations. Family Law is all about relationships, whether that be between a parent and child, spouses or families. Complicated issues that require a judicial involvement means finding a great lawyer to give important legal advice and help resolve the issues during the difficult time. If you’re in the Beaufort SC area and need asistance or have questions regarding Family Law, Fender Law Firm is here to help. As a third generation practice, we offer the best legal advice and guidance in…
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Newest Member of Team Fender Law Firm

Newest Member of Team Fender Law Firm

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Everyone please make welcome the newest member of the Fender Law Firm team. Say “hi” Bosco. He wanted me to pass along He looks forward to joining Tracy and myself in zealously representing our clients. Thinking were going to put him in charge of the PR department for the time being.
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WHO CAN PROSECUTE CASES IN THE MAGISTRATE COURTS OF SOUTH CAROLINA?

WHO CAN PROSECUTE CASES IN THE MAGISTRATE COURTS OF SOUTH CAROLINA?

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Obviously Solicitors and County Attorneys have the authority to prosecute cases at the Magistrate court level, but what about the officer that did the investigation and made the arrest?  Even a more interesting question is what about an officer from the arresting department who was not involved in either the investigation or the arrest? There is an Attorney General’s opinion regarding this question, and while this opinion would not supersede a decision of a court of competent jurisdiction, this document does provide a wealth of information regarding the proposed question. The question posed in the opinion was, “whether a deputy sheriff who conducts the investigation should be the officer prosecuting the case in magistrate’s court.”  My interest in this topic has led me to take this analysis one step further…
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