The management team of Harrison White, P.C. is closely monitoring the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as well as recommendations made by government and public health officials. Our primary concern is the safety and health of our staff, clients and community. Continue reading
The days surrounding Valentine’s Day may be difficult for anyone separated from his or her spouse or those who are actually in litigation in the Family Court. It is common to feel nostalgic, sad, lonely or even depressed. So, if you are feeling this… Read Full Article »
Most people realize that texting while driving is dangerous and can lead to car wrecks that would not happen if drivers kept their eyes on the road. Many drivers, however, do not realize that it is against the law to even check your messages while driving or that doing so can expose a violator to criminal fines and additional civil liability when involved in a wreck. Continue reading
At our firm’s recent Christmas breakfast the Spartanburg community came together to celebrate 2019, raise money for charity and acknowledge a wonderful group of young people, one of whom is struggling with a difficult illness and two others who are… Read Full Article »
What happens when you are separated but you have not gotten divorced and your spouse dies?
Despite some people’s beliefs, simply living separate and apart from your spouse for some extended period does not divorce you from your spouse. You must have a final divorce decree (or annulment) that has been signed by the Judge and filed in the Clerk of Court’s Office to terminate your marital status for purposes of determining marital rights. Continue reading
Gault newest member of firm’s civil litigation team Continue reading
Everybody will probably need the help of an attorney at some point in his or her life. There are many different types of attorneys, and they all exist to help their clients in times of need. We have six main… Read Full Article »