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How Could the Use of Social Media Impact My Divorce Case?

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It would be nice to think that what you do during your private time would be just that – private. However, when it comes to divorce in South Carolina, there is a variety of social media evidence that can be collected and used against you. And because most people today have a smartphone, tablet,… Read More »

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Do Children Have a Say in Custody in South Carolina?

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When you are going through a divorce as a parent in South Carolina, with whom your children will permanently live, and how much visitation time will be allotted to the other parent, is a huge deal. For many parents, knowing which living and visitation arrangement is best for their child is both a confusing… Read More »

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What is an Order of Protection and How May it Apply to Me?

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An order of protection is a paper that is signed by a judge and tells your abuser to stop the abuse or face serious legal consequences.  It offers civil legal protection from domestic violence to both women and men.  You generally file for the order of protection in the county where you live or… Read More »

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Looking For A New Spartanburg Divorce Attorney

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When you hire a divorce lawyer, you like to think that he or she will represent your best interests and stay with the case until the end. Unfortunately, lawyers sometimes terminate clients in the middle of a case. There are a number of reasons why this happens.  Some examples: ● Unforeseen conflict of interest… Read More »

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Should I stay in the family home during my divorce?

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Should I Stay or Should I Go If you and your spouse have decided to pursue a divorce, you may be wondering if you should stay in the family home or move out. As with most things involving divorce, there isn’t always a clear-cut answer. Both of you are likely emotionally and financially invested… Read More »

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How Do I Protect My Credit During a Divorce?

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Going through a divorce is already an emotional, stressful, time consuming, and expensive process. What can make the whole process even more difficult is walking away from your divorce with a credit score that you don’t recognize. The truth is, sharing credit with your spouse may be a great thing, but during a divorce,… Read More »

Proof of Income If Self-Employed

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One of the most important issues in a divorce or custody dispute is showing your income—and ensuring that your spouse accurately portrays his or her own income. If your spouse has a traditional, salaried position with a single company, then challenging their disclosures to the court regarding income will most likely be straightforward and… Read More »

Divorce in the New Year

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The start of a new year is a time when many of us take the opportunity to reevaluate our lives and see if we’re living in the healthiest and most fulfilling way we can. When the holiday season is full of fighting, rather than feelings of togetherness, we find that many people decide the… Read More »

Case Addresses Claims of Habitual Intoxication as Basis for Divorce

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In an opinion recently issued by the South Carolina Court of Appeals, the justices considered the claims of a woman who alleged that she should be granted a divorce based on her husband’s habitual intoxication. The case in question is Miteva v. Robinson. The case centers on a couple who were married in 2007… Read More »

Using Contempt Sanctions to Enforce Family Court Orders

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As we discussed in a prior post on this blog, South Carolina family courts issue orders on a wide range of subjects to bring the judge’s decisions into effect. Even after the judge has spoken on a particular matter and issued orders which are legally binding on the parties, some people still refuse to… Read More »

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