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Read below about common family law issues and developments in the law in South Carolina.

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What Are Parental Alienation Laws in South Carolina?

Child custody cases are among the most emotionally combative in all of family law, with parents fighting to determine which …

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Who Gets the House in a Divorce in South Carolina?

When spouses get a divorce, they have to determine how they will divide their marital property. One of the biggest …

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Does South Carolina Have Common Law Marriage?

Common law marriage allows a couple to be considered married in the eyes of the law despite never having a …

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How Long Does Alimony Last in South Carolina?

Alimony is financial support that one divorced spouse pays another, in an amount and duration that are set according to …

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What Questions Do You Ask a Divorce Lawyer at the First Meeting?

You’ve scheduled your first meeting with a divorce attorney. If you’re new to this process, you’re probably unsure of what …

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What is the Child Custody Age Limit in South Carolina?

A child’s age is a major consideration for judges as they determine what sort of custody arrangement is in the …

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Proving Habitual Drunkenness in a South Carolina Divorce

Habitual drunkenness is grounds for divorce in South Carolina. The party seeking a divorce on the grounds of habitual drunkenness …

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What’s a Divorce on Grounds of Abandonment in SC?

Although the terms abandonment and desertion are often used interchangeably, only desertion is a recognized grounds for divorce in South …

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When Does Child Support End in South Carolina?

When the court signs off on a child support order, the terms are not necessarily permanent. Situations can change for …

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What Are the Grounds for Divorce in South Carolina?

As a South Carolina resident who finds your marriage ending, you may find it difficult to navigate the legal issues …

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