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Announcing the Fall 2020 Winner of The Solomon Law Group Scholarship

Published on Oct 13, 2020 at 1:22 pm in News & Community.

At The Solomon Law Group, we pride ourselves on giving back to our community however we can. In 2018, we decided to start a scholarship that lets us give back to the community and enhance our nation’s ability to educate future generations. Our campaign was a tremendous success so we have been happy to continue it every year since. The last submission period for our scholarship– Fall 2020– just came to a close. We were truly humbled by the amount of applications we received as well as the overall quality of every essay.

Thank you to every student who applied!

We’re pleased to announce we’ve chosen a winner.

Congratulations to Emily Tatum of Washington!

Emily will be attending Seattle University School of Law.

A Message from Solomon Law Group Regarding COVID-19

Published on Mar 26, 2020 at 6:01 pm in News & Community.

Dear Friends and Clients,

Here at Solomon Law Group, LLC, we are meeting this extraordinary time with confidence and measured caution. As a good corporate citizen, the firm must act to reduce the exposure to and the transmission of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Therefore, we have taken steps to set up employees with virtual, remote workspaces. As we have always utilized cutting-edge technology, the move to virtual remote workspaces for our staff has been seamless, and we expect no interruptions to your case or legal matter.

There will, however, be a change in the way we are able to safely provide you face-to-face meetings. We will remain available to you by email, telephone, text messaging (803-391-3120), and video conferencing (FaceTime or Zoom). In accordance with the guidelines set by the CDC, our office has shifted to working remotely. Most notably, we are making an effort to substitute in-person meetings with video calls, where possible, so that our cases and conversations may continue to progress.

New Law Changes Coming to South Carolina in 2020

Published on Jan 2, 2020 at 7:38 pm in News & Community.

As an informed resident of South Carolina, you want to stay up-to-date on all the state’s newest laws and amendments. Unfortunately, that information isn’t always as easily accessible as it should be – especially when the law changes only affect certain groups or small sections of the state, rather than the entire state. That’s why those at Solomon Law Group will handle the research for you.

In 2019, Governor Henry McMaster signed more than 100 bills into law. While the majority went into effect that year, some do not start until January 1, 2020. We make sure to learn about the newest laws, so we can provide our clients with the best representation possible. Let’s start off the year by taking a look at the new law changes coming to South Carolina in 2020.

Announcing the Fall 2019 Winner of the Solomon Law Group Scholarship

Published on Aug 29, 2019 at 2:00 pm in News & Community.

At Solomon Law Group, we pride ourselves on giving back to our community however we can. In 2018, we decided to start a scholarship that lets us give back to the community and enhance our nation’s ability to educate future generations. Our campaign was a tremendous success so we have been happy to continue it every year since. The last submission period for our scholarship– Fall 2019– just came to a close. We were truly humbled by the amount of applications we received as well as the overall quality of every essay.

Thank you to every student who applied!

We’re pleased to announce we’ve chosen a winner.

Congratulations to Tiana Lockett of Country Club Hills, Illinois!

Tiana will be attending Loyola Marymount University as an undergraduate. She’ll be majoring in Political Science and minoring in Ethics.

Announcing the Fall 2018 Winner of the Solomon Law Group Scholarship

Published on Aug 6, 2018 at 4:34 pm in News & Community.

At Solomon Law Group, we pride ourselves on giving back to our community however we can. This past year, we decided to start a scholarship that lets us give back to the community and enhance our nation’s ability to educate future generations. The first submission period for our scholarship– Fall 2018– just came to a close. We were truly humbled by the amount of applications we received as well as the overall quality of every essay.

Thank you to every student who applied!

We’re pleased to announce we’ve chosen a winner.

Congratulations to Kimberly Marie Hasse of Waddell, Arizona!

Kimberly will be attending Arizona State University in Fall 2018.

Top 10 Resolutions We’d Like to See in 2014

Published on Jan 6, 2014 at 5:45 pm in News & Community.

As we contemplate in a young 2014, we thought it would be a good idea to publish a list of the top 10 resolutions we wish everyone would consider in the upcoming year. Here they are – in no particular order:

  1. No more texting while driving. Distracted driving is responsible for way too many motor vehicle crashes, injuries and deaths each year. Let’s all stop texting while driving and pay attention to the road.
  2. Pay it forward. Many of us have benefited from the assistance of another, whether it was a dedicated mentor, a relative or perfect stranger. If you have received help in the past, help someone now.
  3. Say thank you. There are a lot of people in “thankless” professions out there. When is the last time you thanked a teacher, firefighter, police officer or solider for their service? A simple thank you can go a long way.
  4. Keep it clean. Our new offices are in an area of Columbia that is being revitalized, and we are proud to be part of improving the area. Studies have shown that when people have pride in the places they live, they don’t litter and take better care of the area. Let’s all work to improve our environments.
  5. Donate to a local food bank each month. There are still a lot of people out there – including children and seniors – who go hungry. If you can help by donating canned goods or giving a financial donation, these folks will surely appreciate it.
  6. Read to your kids or volunteer to read at a local school. Literacy is so important to success. Let’s ensure everyone has a solid foundation. (There are also organizations that work to teach adults to read, if that’s of more interest.)
  7. Exercise your right to vote. Research the issues and candidates before each election and get out and vote in each and every election (not just presidential elections).
  8. Recycle it. If you can recycle items, please do! Let’s preserve the Earth for our children and grandchildren.
  9. Write (or update) your will. You may think that if you are young or you don’t have many assets you don’t need a will. Having a will and advance directives like a living will and healthcare power of attorney in place can make things significantly easier for your loved ones in the event you become incapacitated or die unexpectedly.
  10. Share the love. No one ever knows how long they have in this life. Take every opportunity to tell your loved ones how much they mean to you.

We hope you have a productive and wonderful 2014!

 

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