Taylor Silver

Taylor Silver

  • South Carolina
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Taylor Silver graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2009 with his J.D. He also holds a B.S. in Regional Planning from Westfield State University. He has experience representing clients through a wide array of legal problems as a general practice attorney since 2010. These practice areas include personal injury, probate and estate planning, family law, real estate, criminal law, business formation, and general litigation. He previously served as the municipal court judge for the Town of Andrews for 4 years and as a contract attorney for the CassElias McCarter Guardian ad Litem Program in Charleston County for 7 years.

He is currently an attorney for SCDSS in Georgetown County, South Carolina.

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
South Carolina
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Federal Circuit
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Professional Experience
Attorney III
South Carolina Department of Social Services
- Current
Managing Attorney
Silver Law Firm, LLC
Associate Attorney
Law Offices of Ronald J. Talbert
University of South Carolina School of Law
J.D. (2009) | Law
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Westfield State College
B.S. (2006) | Regional Planning
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Top 40 Litigation Lawyers Under 40
American Society of Legal Advocates
Professional Associations
Georgetown County Bar Association
- Current
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South Carolina Bar Association
- Current
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Georgetown County Habitat for Humanity
Past Board President
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Legal Answers
16 Questions Answered
Q. Can a married man who has been married to his only wife for 60+ years in his will give 100% to theirchildren an not her?
A: Provided there is no question that the two were married, at the very least she is likely entitled something called an "elective share" and there may be other issues that protect her interest to probate (or non probate) property.

Probate issues are often complicated looking, but a good probate attorney will be able to assist her in a number of different ways depending on her specific situation.
Q. In an accident, tboned a lady who pulled out. Her company accepted 100%> liable. Broken ribs, neck back tissue damage an
A: Before you settle your claim, I highly suggest you at least have a brief consultation with a local attorney. Most should be willing to give you advice on an hourly basis if you want to try and handle settlement negotiations on your own (although, I don't recommend that generally).

Giving advice in your type of situation is heavily fact dependant. Ignoring the exact details of your treatment and the accident itself, improperly settling personal injury claims with the at-fault driver's insurance may have negative consequences on other insurance claims that may be available to you, is likely to impact your obligations to your health insurance company, and can prematurely cut off payment for future necessary medical treatment.

There are so many things that can go wrong, you owe it to yourself to spend thirty minutes or so to get some reliable legal advice from a local attorney.
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Q. My mother passed away 4 years ago, 3 months ago my stepfather has finally opened her estate. What does this mean?
A: You should not make assumptions. However, if you assume the will was filed and valid, and that the estate can otherwise afford to pay all valid liens and judgements, that the deceased had valid legal title to the property, and that your step father follows the law and directions in the will... You might get the property.

To ensure all of the above (and more), you need to talk to a local attorney and ask him/her to look into it for you.
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