J. Ashley Twombley’s Answers

J. Ashley Twombley

Beaufort Personal Injury Lawyer.

Contributor Level 9
  1. In South Carolina how long do I have to file a personal injury against someone?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. J. Ashley Twombley
    2. John A. Jackson
    3. Daniel Nelson Deasy
    4. Matthew C Simon
    5. Brian Robert Murphy
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    6 lawyer answers

    Generally speaking, you would have three years from the date of the incident. If this happened at a house you should check with the insurance company that insures the house as there may be coverage for your medical bills regardless of whose fault it was.

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  2. Receive the chick from the insurance company, what my options regarding medical bills?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. J. Ashley Twombley
    2. Michael R Crosner
    3. Dorothy G Bunce
    4. David B Pittman
    5. Ryan S Montgomery
    5 lawyer answers

    I do not understand the question. Try and reword.

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  3. Can you sue a family member in a civil case (the PR of the will) for misapproiation of funds to the estate?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. J. Ashley Twombley
    2. Sandra Marie Lefler
    3. Evan Kyle Guthrie
    4. James P. Frederick
    5. Joseph Franklin Pippen Jr.
    5 lawyer answers

    You need to contact a probate litigator as soon as possible.

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  4. My dad owns a trailer in sumter sc valued at 33000. His current wife just passed. As far as the house goes what do I need to do

    Answered 3 months ago.

    1. J. Ashley Twombley
    2. Michael Edward Atwater
    3. Kirk D Kaplan
    3 lawyer answers

    The answer to this question depends on whether or not your father had a will or died without a will. It also depends on what other assets your father owned at the time of his death. There are too many different secnarios to cover here without more information. You should probably go see a lawyer and let him/her give you some guidance.

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  5. I have a question regarding a supposed "lost" will from my grandmother's estate?

    Answered 3 months ago.

    1. J. Ashley Twombley
    2. Evan Kyle Guthrie
    3. David L. Carrier
    4. James D. Mosteller III
    5. Jeffrey R. Gottlieb
    5 lawyer answers

    You definitely need to contact a South Carolina probate attorney. There are not short or quick answers to your questions. However generally the mortgage goes along with the real property unless otherwise specified in the will. Again I would encourage you to consult an attorney.

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  6. With a small estate in SC, how do creditors get paid?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. J. Ashley Twombley
    1 lawyer answer

    Generally, there is a detailed statutory scheme that must be follow in settling an estate and paying creditors and there are a host of elements that will factor into the correct answer to your question. Generally, you must notify creditors via newspaper. The probate court will likely help with that. If your father died with an estate of less that 10k, then his personal property is likely worth very very little. Don't over estimate its value. Of course, I have no knowledge what it may be...

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  7. Can a Personal Representative assign their duties to another person via a POA in South Carolina

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. J. Ashley Twombley
    2. Evan Kyle Guthrie
    3. Dennis Michael Phillips
    3 lawyer answers

    Generally speaking you have to have court approval. PR cannot simpy give away its powers.

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  8. Do I need a probate attorney?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. J. Ashley Twombley
    2. Evan Kyle Guthrie
    3. Michael S. Haber
    3 lawyer answers

    Generally speaking, your path ahead will depends on who is administering the estate (you or your sister), whether or not the estate has any creditors (debts), what the costs and fees are to administer the estate, etc. Whether or not you need a lawyer (in general) would depend on the size of the estate and the amount you might inherit. If the estate is large and you stand to inherit a sizable amount, I would hire a lawyer. You may want to hire one anyway to make sure the estate is handled...

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  9. Ins.co. paid my wife's med. bills from a fall injury but won't pay pain and suffering. Where to now?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. J. Ashley Twombley
    2. Jeffrey Mark Adams
    3. Scott Douglas Camassar
    4. Timothy Leo Bowden
    5. Lars A. Lundeen
    5 lawyer answers

    Go see a lawyer.

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  10. My partner said that he don't want to b in business anymore in took everything n I own 48% of the company. can I take him court

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. J. Ashley Twombley
    2. Michael Leo Potter
    2 lawyer answers

    You should go talk with a corporate attorney in your area soon. Generally, a partner has numerous rights that a co-partner can't simply take away. Partners in a partnership owe each other a fiduciary duty. Sounds like your partner may have breached the duties owed. But again, you should contact an attorney.

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