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Have a will made in SC. Am a 4-yr resident in Sylva, NC. Son is administrator of my will made in SC. Where would probate take pla probate take place. Have no property here, but have money in a local bank. How and where should probate tke place?

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I have 2 judgement attached to my property in SC that are >20 years old. How do I get these released?

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after 14 years we just learnened part of our leach field is on neighbors property, what are our options?

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Is it possible not to hire general contractor to build my home addition?

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both names are on deed, he (ex-boyfriend now!) will not sign to sell the house, can I go ahead and sell my half??

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My practice is restricted to Los Angeles so unless your property is in California my answer should be reviewed by counsel where the property is located before you act. Generally, if anyone is dumb enough or smart enough to buy your half interest (and there are speculators who will), yes you can sell it probably at a significant discount. Otherwise you can and should force a court-ordered sale by a partition action which is designed precisely for this very-common situation.

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