Author Archives: David Matine

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Custody and Moving Out of State: What Rights do Non-Custodial Parents in SC Have?

By The Cate Law Firm |

When two parents do not live under the same roof, one of the parents usually has primary custody of the child. In most cases, this means that the non-custodial parent has visitation rights, which could be something like every other weekend with the child, rotating holidays, etc.  This arrangement can work well as long… Read More »

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Preparing for Divorce Part 5: The Role of a Financial Advisor

By The Cate Law Firm |

In Part 4 of our series, we turned our focus to finances, discussing the importance of creating a pre and post-divorce budget. Budgeting can be a tedious task, and many people feel like it puts too many constraints on what they are allowed to do financially. In reality, a budget puts you in much… Read More »

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How to Prepare for Divorce Part 4: Create a Pre & Post Divorce Budget

By The Cate Law Firm |

In Part 3 of our series, we talked in detail about putting together your divorce team. This starts with choosing an attorney who focuses primarily on family law, has extensive experience both inside and outside the courtroom, and is someone you feel comfortable working with. We also talked about enlisting other professionals when needed… Read More »

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Taxes and the Divorce Process

By The Cate Law Firm |

For couples who are going through a divorce, the last thing they are usually thinking about is their taxes. The divorce process will have major implications on many areas of your finances, however, and there are numerous potential tax consequences that divorcing spouses should be aware of. These issues should be addressed well ahead… Read More »

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Preparing for Divorce Part 3: Develop your Support Group

By The Cate Law Firm |

In Part 2 of our series, we discussed getting organized for your divorce. Before you start the process, you need to make sure you have your ducks in a row. This means organizing your financial documents and records, taking steps to receive your communications and correspondence securely and safely, keeping detailed records of important… Read More »

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