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Divorce Agreements and Enforcing Visitation

Divorce Agreements and Enforcing Visitation

By The Cate Law Firm |

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

By The Cate Law Firm |

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 »

process of divorce in south carolina

The Process of Divorce in South Carolina

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The state of South Carolina has both fault and no-fault divorces. To dissolve your marriage in SC, you must first meet residency requirements, then have grounds for a fault divorce or meet the no-fault requirements. The process can become complicated depending on whether or not the issues involved in the marriage dissolution are contested,… Read More »

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Divorced Parents Paying for College in South Carolina

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Over the last decade, the South Carolina Supreme Court has changed course several times regarding its rulings on the obligation of parents to pay college tuition for their children after a divorce. Initially, the Court ruled that it could be required.  That was reversed in Webb v. Sowell (2010), the Court ruling that compelling… Read More »

adultery and divorce in south carolina

Adultery and Divorce

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South Carolina defines adultery as a person having sexual relations with someone who is not his or her legal spouse. Because South Carolina is a “fault” state when it comes to divorce, the person whose spouse had an affair with someone else can allege and then set out to prove the unfaithfulness as a… Read More »

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