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Three things to know about eminent domain and condemnation

The terms eminent domain and condemnation are often used by people to mean the same thing, but these terms actually have different meanings.  Eminent domain is the right of the Government, or a private party acting under government authority, to take… Read Full Article »

It is what it is, except when it isn’t. Why you need to talk to us.

On September 8, 2015, at 5:00 a.m., a collision between two commercial trucks on Interstate 85 near Piedmont, S.C. took the life of a forty-year-old husband and father of four when the tractor trailer he was driving collided with the… Read Full Article »

Your ID is about to get REAL

The world of air travel is open again despite COVID-19.  Make sure you are ready by getting your REAL ID now. Beginning October 1, 2021, you must have a REAL ID to board a domestic, commercial flight; enter a secure… Read Full Article »

Rights in a same-sex divorce

On June 26, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Obergefell v. Hodges that marriage is a fundamental right guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment and must therefore be afforded to same-sex couples. Consequently, all state laws banning same-sex marriage were… Read Full Article »

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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

It’s never too late.

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 »

Remaining mindful of others

Members of the Harrison White, P.C. team help build a local Habitat for Humanity of Spartanburg home. Continue reading