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We remain committed to your needs during COVID-19

The Harrison White, P.C. Spartanburg office remains OPEN to our clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are following all appropriate social distancing and hygiene measures as we remain committed to the needs of our community. Continue reading

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Is there a penalty for violating an Executive Order?

So what is the penalty for violating an Executive Order? Section 16-7-10 of the South Carolina Code of Laws informs us that during a State of Emergency, it is unlawful to violate the Governor’s Order. Continue reading

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’Tis the season…for warm weather and motorcycles

Tis the season…warm weather and motorcycles. What could be better? The sounds, the sights, the smells. Obviously, I am talking about the sounds of loud pipes, freshly cleaned and polished motorcycles, and the smell of gas, oil and exhaust.  There’s… Read Full Article »

Let earth receive her King

The story of A Christmas Carol teaches us all a valuable lesson…and unfortunately it’s a lesson that most of us have forgotten. As we celebrate the greatest gift of all let us be more like Jesus. Continue reading

Be Thankful and Be Prepared

As we approach Thanksgiving, we should all take some time to be thankful for the many blessings of life. For me, this is a time of reflection and gratitude but it can also be a reminder to be prepared for potential unexpected events in life. Continue reading

What’s in a name? And what if you want to change it?

There are many reasons people want to change their names or the names of their children in South Carolina. Some may want to change their names after a divorce, while others may want to do so for religious reasons or simply because they dislike their current name. Continue reading

What is the attorney-client privilege?

The attorney-client privilege protects against the disclosure of confidential communications by a client to his or her attorney and it may apply to communications from a lawyer to his or her client. This means that, if the attorney-client privilege applies, neither you nor your lawyer can be compelled to divulge your written or oral communications. Continue reading

Are you a North Carolina resident paying too much for your car title loan?

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It’s almost hunting season! Understand the changes in the use of deer lures.

There’s a bite in the air, a peaceful solitude that’s hard to describe. It’s early in the morning, you’re outside, in the tree-stand, waiting and watching. For many of us it’s our favorite time of year—deer season in South Carolina,… Read Full Article »

TEN TIPS WHEN PREPARING FOR DIVORCE

It is difficult to face the fact that a marriage is coming to an end. If you have come to terms with the fact that the marriage cannot be reconciled, there are some basic ground rules for preparing for a divorce. Continue reading