Sell My Structured Settlement in South Carolina
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South Carolina Law for Selling a Structured Settlement
Enacted: May 14, 2002 Effective: June 14, 2002
Permits the sale or assignment of South Carolina structured settlement payment rights, subject to a court’s review and approval based on showing that the proposed transfer is in the consumer’s "best interests," taking into account the welfare of the consumer’s dependents (if any). Requires certain disclosures and other consumer protections.