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Indian Wells Gets A No Vote From Planning. But That Doesn’t Mean The Golf Course Is Saved

Conway – With the future of Indian Wells Golf Club’s hanging in the balance, it was a packed house at Thursday night’s Horry County Planning & Zoning meeting. Unfortunately for those in attendance, the property’s future is still in limbo. With a large crowd overflowing the multipurpose room where the commission meets, a rezoning request to turn the Garden City golf […]

Local Government Says Merry Christmas by Using Eminent Domain to Take Small Business Owner’s Building

For more than two decades, John Monem’s furniture store has been a staple of downtown Brockton, Massachusetts. But a week ago, city officials gave Monem an early Christmas present: a notice to vacate his property. Brockton Furniture is currently located on the first floor of the tallest building in the city, 93 Centre Street. But in four months, Monem will […]

Tips to Protect Your Trademark

Your trademark can be an integral part of your business. They symbolize the business’ role in the marketplace over the years. A good trademark can put a real and lasting impression on your clients. Applied and used correctly, a trademark can last indefinitely, but if it is abandoned it can lose its practical value and diminishes its protection under the […]

Child Custody Common Questions

Working out a parenting agreement that covers child custody and visitation can be a confusing and difficult process, especially when there’s animosity between you and the other parent. The attorneys at Goldfinch Winslow understand this and want to help you every way possible. We’d like to explain some of the most common questions we receive about the child custody process. […]

After Hurricane Matthew: When Storm Debris Is Personal Property – Not Salvage

On November 3rd, 2016, Attorney Thomas Winslow was quoted in a Coastal Observer news story. Being an attorney who is well-versed within Maritime Law, Tom explains that while a ship or boat may be considered as salvage when lost, personal property still ultimately belongs to its rightful owner. After the second instance where police had found people collecting storm debris from […]

“Free Wills Friday”: Goldfinch Winslow, LLC Offer Free Wills on Fridays to Men & Women in Uniform

Since 2014, Goldfinch Winslow, LLC has been offering free Wills to local Law Enforcement, Highway Patrol, Sheriff’s Departments, Fire Fighters, Military Personnel, and other First Responders in appreciation and respect to these local agencies, and as a way to show thanks and support. “Our local police, firemen, EMS and members of the military work very hard and are often under […]

Attorney Tom Winslow to Speak at Georgetown Chamber Workshop

As part two of the Georgetown County, SC Chamber of Commerce’s Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Overtime discussion, Tom Winslow of Goldfinch Winslow Attorneys and Counselors at Law, will present helpful information about the legal ramifications of the new law. Recently, the U.S. Department of Labor released its final regulations related to the Fair Labor Standards Act. These regulations take […]

Coastal Samaritan Counseling Center’s Ethics in Business Award

Goldfinch Winslow, LLC is the proud recipient – as a nominee and finalist in the small business category for 2016 – of the The Coastal Samaritan Counseling Center’s Ethics in Business Award. The award reflects the commitment and application of exemplary ethical principles in all facets of the organization. The Coastal Samaritan Counseling Center is accredited by the international nonprofit […]

Father’s Day: Learn About Fathers’ Rights

With Father’s Day coming up this weekend (get to the store, kids!), it’s time to focus on the dads. More specifically, fathers’ rights in child rearing and family planning. The Fathers’ Rights Movement has aimed to guarantee more legal protections for fathers in family law, child support, and custody decisions, so let’s take a look at where those protections are […]

How to Set Up a Living Trust

Are you planning for the future? What will happen to your property after you pass? Will it go into months and months of probate while your family wait and pay hundreds in court costs and legal fees? Or, do you have a living trust? Are you considering setting up a living trust yourself? Living Trust A trust is an arrangement […]

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