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  • 7-Jan-2019

    What New 2019 Tax Laws Mean for You

    As a result of the 2018 passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), there are new tax regulations coming into play in 2019. These changes will affect your tax returns on taxes filed in April 2019 and April 2020. While this has been referred to by ...
  • 15-Sep-2016

    Presentation to the South Carolina Bar on September 27, 2016

    In my presentation to the South Carolina Bar on September 27, 2016, I will be discussing how civil unions are affected by the marriage equality ruling granting same sex marriage to all U.S. citizens. A civil union is a legal status created by the ...
  • 8-Aug-2016

    Featured in Columbia Business Monthly

    The August 2016 issue of Columbia Business Monthly – 2016 Legal Elite of the Midlands has featured Carrie Warner Attorney at Law. The article, which can be found on page 43 of the recent publication, outlines everything a prospective client ...
  • 15-Jul-2016

    Can You Protect Yourself From Your Future Spouse's Debt?

    Question: I am in the process of getting married for the fourth time to a man who has been married twice before. We are both 65, and each of us has children by prior marriages, all of whom are grown. Although he has had some financial reversals in ...
  • 20-Apr-2016

    How to Stay Connected with Carrie Warner Attorney at Law

    Carrie Warner Attorney at Law provides personalized and effective legal representation for a wide range of family law matters. We see the value of keeping connected with past and perspective clients online. If you have benefited from our legal ...
  • 8-Jul-2015

    Long-awaited victory for same-sex couples

    Friday, June 26, 2015 will go down as a landmark day in U.S. legal history. The long, anguishing wait over the constitutionality of gay marriage (Obergefell v. Hodges) finally ended, with a 5-4 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court. The close, but ...
  • 2-May-2015

    Tax Tips Part 2: Married, Separated, Divorced

    As of this moment in time—and for the 2014 tax year— same sex marriage is legal in South Carolina. So whether you filed by the April 15 deadline, or whether you are filing for an extension, same sex couples may file jointly as married, ...
  • 27-Apr-2015

    Tax Tips Part 1: Married, Separated, Divorced

    For most people tax season ends on April 15, as individual tax returns are due to the federal government. It’s been this way ever since 1955. For a good many other folks, however, tax season can last much longer, as individuals scramble to file ...
  • 16-Mar-2015

    Same sex marriage Goes Before U.S. Supreme Court

    Dire ramifications for South Carolina—and the nation There is a lot at stake in the case of DeBoer v. Snyder, a lawsuit originally filed by a lesbian couple on January 23, 2012 in Federal District Court challenging Michigan’s ban on same ...
  • 8-Mar-2015

    Attorney Carrie Warner Launches New Practice & New Website

    Passion for justice. Compassion for people. With the turn of the calendar in 2015, Carrie Warner entered into private practice in Columbia, SC, with a sense of determination to right wrongs, as well as a commitment to help families and individuals ...
  • 5-Feb-2015

    DOMA fight goes to South Carolina MSNBC

    DOMA fight goes to South Carolina MSNBC
  • 14-Oct-2014

    SC same-sex marriage: Judge Sets Oct. 23 Deadline for Briefs

    COLUMBIA, SC — A federal judge is undecided on whether to hear arguments in person from attorneys representing S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley and Attorney General Alan Wilson as well as lawyers representing a married Lexington County same sex couple. ...
  • 6-Oct-2014

    Wilson Continues Defense of Gay Marriage Ban

    South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson continued to defend the state’s ban on same sex marriage Monday, despite the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to address lower court rulings declaring such unions a constitutional right. WASHINGTON ...
  • 20-Aug-2014

    How Does the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Decision Apply to South Carolina

    All across the country we are seeing a significant change in the tide concerning the ban on gay marriage. Almost every other day, we hear of another state’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriage has been overturned. At this time, 14 states ...
  • 4-Aug-2014

    What You Need to Know About South Carolina's Family Court System

    The idea of filing an action in the Family Court system in South Carolina, whether it be for divorce, asset division, support, or child custody and visitation matters, may appear to many people to be a quick and easy task. Nowadays, more and more ...

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