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The January 2018 issue of the South Carolina Lawyer magazine has a helpful article by Barbara M. Seymour which outlines exactly how a lawyer must handle unclaimed funds. It also includes advice on making sure you don’t have a problem with unclaimed funds in the future.
Make sure your firm is compliant and read her article today.
Residential closing firms have been recently victimized by a hacker getting into email communications with lenders, particularly out-of-state lenders, and changing wire transfer instructions from the firm account to a similarly named account at an out-of-state bank.
Lawyers in all practice areas are encouraged to inform their staff of potential scams and the dangers of opening suspicious email attachments, and to be wary of any changes in instruction from anyone outside your firm!
If you have questions, please contact the Bar's Practice Management Assistance Program at email@example.com.
For a quick answer, check out the handy Guide to Trust Accounting and Financial Recordkeeping in South Carolina. It has recently been updated, and you can read or download a copy here.