While the following information may be helpful, it is not intended, nor should it be considered to be legal advice. The Chisolm Law Firm, LLC is a general practice law firm handling cases relating to the following areas:
If you are charged with a crime, you have rights that need to be protected. With a former prosecutor on your side, you have an experienced lawyer who knows the criminal justice system. I have the necessary knowledge to review the evidence in your case and protect your legal rights. If you or someone you know has been arrested or is under investigation, contact me at (843) 557-3697 to speak about your case.
At some point in everyone’s life, good people experience difficult times. When these times involve emotionally taxing decisions concerning your family, you need an attorney with experience, compassion, and individual attention to count on. Whether you need representation during your divorce, want establish child support or custody, or increase your family through an adoption, this firm is here to guide you through the process and help you make informed decisions that move you forward with your life. Contact me today. I will work for you.
If you’ve been injured or in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible for compensation for your losses. Insurance companies look out for their interests, but I’ll represent yours. The Chisolm Law Firm will fight for you when you can’t fight for yourself. While you’re focusing on your recovery, I will stand up for you, whether through negotiation or trial, to get the result you deserve. Contact me to discuss your car accident, slip and fall, work related injury, or dog bite case today.
Power of Attorney/Simple Wills
Life changes can occur at the blink of an eye. When those changes are expected or unexpected, don’t be caught unprepared. Choosing someone to make important decisions for you when you are unable to make them for yourself is an important decision itself. A power of attorney designates someone to act on your behalf regarding financial, healthcare and/or other decisions while you are alive, but become unavailable or incapacitated. Preparing a will gives you the power to decide who will distribute your property where you want it to go, who will be a guardian over your children if no spouse survives, etc., after you die. If you don’t express your desires in a way that complies with state requirements, the government decides for you. Make sure your wishes are drafted correctly so your wishes can be fulfilled. Start planning for tomorrow today.
Whether carrying out your loved ones wishes left in their will and paying bills or, if there is no will directing distribution of property, settling the estate according to South Carolina statutes, the process can be confusing to understand, time-consuming, and difficult for one to handle during a time of loss. Let the Chisolm Law Firm facilitate the administration of the estate as efficiently and effectively as possible. This firm focuses on resolving conflicts, helping you save time, money and emotional hardship, during an already difficult time.