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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 Final Divorce Hearings in South Carolina?

A final divorce hearing in South Carolina is the last hearing before your divorce is finalized. In the hearing, the …

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Can You Date Someone While Divorcing in South Carolina?

One of the most frequently asked questions that divorce attorneys receive is: can you date while separated in South Carolina? …

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What is a Non-Working Spouse Entitled to in a Divorce?

Whether a spouse worked during the marriage can have an effect on what that party could win in a divorce …

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A Divorce Checklist for Fathers

Divorce is never easy, but it can be particularly difficult for men. Men generally do not like to express their …

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Does the Custodial Parent Have to Work?

When judges make custody decisions, the overarching principle they must follow is the best interests of the child. A parent …

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How To Prove Adultery in South Carolina

Cheating on your spouse can have enormous consequences, especially if it leads to a divorce. It can affect everything from …

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My Husband Committed Adultery: What Am I Entitled To?

Adultery is a painful betrayal that often destroys a marriage and upends an entire family. But are there legal ramifications …

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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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