Author Archives: Paul Lindquist

Divorce Agreements and Enforcing Visitation

Divorce Agreements and Enforcing Visitation

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Once you have completed the divorce process and the final decree has been issued, all parties are obligated to adhere to its terms and conditions, unless they are modified later on. Unfortunately, some ex-spouses do not live up to their end of the agreement. One of the most common issues where there is frequently… Read More »

Preparing for Divorce Getting Organized

Preparing for Divorce Part 2: Getting Organized

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Last time, we talked about getting prepared emotionally for a divorce. You need to be absolutely sure that your marriage is irretrievably broken and/or you are no longer committed to saving it, commit 100% to follow through with the divorce in spite of the costs, spend some time for yourself during the process, and… Read More »

How to Prepare Emotionally for Divorce

Preparing for Divorce Part 1: Prepare Yourself Emotionally/Get Ready

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Getting a divorce is one of the most consequential decisions individuals ever have to make. The process of ending a marriage that you have invested so much of your life into can be very stressful to say the least. The divorce process can last several months or more, depending on how contentious the case… Read More »

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My Spouse Got a Raise at Work: Can I Get Child Support and Alimony Modified?

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If you have a court order that provides for either child support or alimony payments in South Carolina, this is considered the final decision by the judge that cannot be changed without an appeal. However, child support and most alimony awards are modifiable if circumstances substantially change. For example, if an ex-spouse earns more… Read More »

Visitation and the Holidays

Divorce, Visitation, and the Holidays

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The holidays may take on a different meaning for families in the midst of a divorce or not too far removed from the process. When parents live in separate homes, and even great distances from each other, this complicates spending quality time with children during the holiday season, and it can lead to conflict…. Read More »

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