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Filling Out a South Carolina Financial Declaration Form
Our Charleston divorce lawyers often get asked how to fill out a financial declaration form for a South Carolina Family Court. It can be a time consuming, and sometimes confusing, task. Other than the footnotes on the last page, there are no real instructions given anywhere to help with filling out this form. We've
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What If My Child Doesn’t Want to Visit with the Other Parent?
“What should I do when my child doesn’t want to go visit the other parent?” As divorce attorneys in Charleston, South Carolina, that is one of the toughest (and most heartbreaking) questions we get asked by some clients. In this article, we explain in detail South Carolina’s family laws and exactly how to handle your children if they refuse to visit with a parent.
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Common Law Marriage in South Carolina - Futeral & Nelson
South Carolina Common Law Marriage
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Dealing with "Underwater" Property in a South Carolina Divorce
Divorcing in South Carolina When You’re Drowning in Mortgage Debt
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How to Stop Getting Over-Billed by Your Divorce Lawyer
How to Avoid Getting Over-Billed By Your Divorce Lawyer
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South Carolina Military Parent Equal Protection Act
The South Carolina Military Parent Equal Protection Act
What Happens in South Carolina if You Have a Child When You Aren’t Married? Helping Children, Influenza, Teacher, Family Law Attorney, Parenting Plan
What Are Fathers' Rights in South Carolina?
What Happens in South Carolina if You Have a Child When You Aren’t Married?
Passive-aggressive behavior is one of the most common problems divorcing parents experience. Unfortunately, a passive-aggressive parent turns mundane, routine events (such as pick-up and delivery of the children or coordinating the children’s healthcare) into an opportunity for conflict. This article explains what is passive-aggressive behavior and the 4 best ways to deal with a passive-aggressive parent. Mental Health, Psicologia, Personas, Cbt Therapy, Can, Behavior, Salud, Coping Mechanisms, Aggressive
Six Best Ways to Deal with a Passive-Aggressive Co-Parent
Passive-aggressive behavior is one of the most common problems divorcing parents experience. Unfortunately, a passive-aggressive parent turns mundane, routine events (such as pick-up and delivery of the children or coordinating the children’s healthcare) into an opportunity for conflict. This article explains what is passive-aggressive behavior and the 4 best ways to deal with a passive-aggressive parent.
As divorce attorneys in Charleston, South Carolina, we deal with cases involving allegations of adultery (or other martial misconduct such as physical abuse) and the defense of “condonation.” As discussed in more detail in our article about the impact of adultery in South Carolina (click here to read), adultery is not only a ground Criminal Defense, Adultery, Divorce Attorney, Defense, Deal, Charleston
Condonation - A Defense to Adultery in South Carolina
As divorce attorneys in Charleston, South Carolina, we deal with cases involving allegations of adultery (or other martial misconduct such as physical abuse) and the defense of “condonation.” As discussed in more detail in our article about the impact of adultery in South Carolina (click here to read), adultery is not only a ground
Parental Alienation Syndrome in South Carolina -  As child custody lawyers in Charleston, South Carolina, we've deal with cases where one parent turns the parties’ children against the other parent or Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS). This article examines what is PAS, whether PAS is recognized by South Carolina’s family courts, and how to deal with PAS in the courtroom and in your home. Did You Know, Shit Happens, Custody, Custody Lawyer, Child Custody Lawyers
Parental Alienation & Child Custody South Carolina
Parental Alienation Syndrome in South Carolina - As child custody lawyers in Charleston, South Carolina, we've deal with cases where one parent turns the parties’ children against the other parent or Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS). This article examines what is PAS, whether PAS is recognized by South Carolina’s family courts, and how to deal with PAS in the courtroom and in your home.
As divorce attorneys in Charleston, we know that custody disputes can be among the most difficult cases for a Charleston divorce lawyer to handle. Many of our clients want to know whether their child or children can choose which parent to live with in South Carolina. The answer is more complicated that a straightforward “yes” Rights And Responsibilities, Child Abuse
Can a Child Choose Which Parent to Live with in SC?
As divorce attorneys in Charleston, we know that custody disputes can be among the most difficult cases for a Charleston divorce lawyer to handle. Many of our clients want to know whether their child or children can choose which parent to live with in South Carolina. The answer is more complicated that a straightforward “yes”
Our Charleston Divorce Lawyers wrote "Divorce in South Carolina." This insightful guide for divorcing couples is free on the iTunes® Bookstore or as a PDF. Updated through 2015. Developmental Delays, Divorce Therapy, Coping With Divorce, Childhood Sexual Abuse, Family Counseling, Couples Counseling, Sexual Health
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Our Charleston Divorce Lawyers wrote "Divorce in South Carolina." This insightful guide for divorcing couples is free on the iTunes® Bookstore or as a PDF. Updated through 2015.
Attorney’s Fees in South Carolina Family Court - How Much is Too Much? Legal Advice, Divorce Law, Legal Services, Employment Law
Attorney’s Fees in SC Family Court - How Much is Too Much?
Attorney’s Fees in South Carolina Family Court - How Much is Too Much?
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What Happens in a SC Divorce If You File for Bankruptcy?
As divorce lawyers in Charleston, South Carolina, we've handled cases where a spouse files for bankruptcy. Unfortunately, if your spouse files for bankruptcy, you may become liable for debts that were distributed to the other spouse in the divorce. This article explains the impact bankruptcy may have on claims for alimony, equitable distribution of martial property, and how to protect yourself if your spouse has or will file for bankruptcy.
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Can You Get a Divorce for Physical Cruelty in SC?
As divorce lawyers in Charleston, South Carolina, we handle divorces based on spousal abuse. In this article, we discuss how physical abuse (physical cruelty) can be a ground for divorce in South Carolina and what other effects physical abuse may have on a divorce.