LearnTheLaw :: South Carolina Legal Services

S.C. Legal Services is a statewide non profit law firm.  With offices throughout the state, we serve the citizens of South Carolina in a broad range of civil (non-criminal) legal matters. We are funded by the Legal Services Corporation, the S.C. Bar Foundation and other federal, state and local sources.

  • Debt Collection Defense in S.C. Summary Court (CLAIM AND DELIVERY)

    This class will help you answer a lawsuit where your loan company files an Affidavit  and Complaint for claim and delivery of your household property.  If you are served with a Summons and Complaint where an order of possession (pickup order) is not requested, check out our classroom titled Debt Collection Defense in S.C. Summary Court (Not Claim and Delivery).

     

  • Getting Your Landlord to Make Repairs

    Overview of legal remedies for tenants when their landlord has failed to make needed repairs.

  • Unemployment Benefits Appeals in South Carolina

    This classroom is a guide to the unemployment insurance appeals process in South Carolina.

  • The ABC's of Guardianship

    This classroom explains what a guardianship is, when a guardianship is necessary, the alternatives to a guardianship action, and provides an overview of filing an action for guardianship in Probate Court.

    This information is not legal advice. Legal advice is dependent upon the specific facts and circumstances of each situation. The information in this classroom cannot replace the advice of a licensed attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, South Carolina Legal Services may be able to provide legal representation free of charge.

  • Filing for an Order of Protection

    This class will help Domestic Violence Survivors determine if an Order of Protection is appropriate for them and will provide information about filing for an Order of Protection.

  • Debt Collection Defense in S.C. Summary Court (NOT Claim and Delivery)

    This classroom walks you through what to do if you are sued in summary court in S.C. where the creditor just asks the court for a judgment against you.

    NOTE:  This is different from when a creditor sues you on a loan and asks for a pick up order for  household property you listed for the loan. For that see classroom on Debt Collection Defense in S.C.Summary Court - Claim and Delivery