Are There Any Alternatives to Guardianship Under South Carolina Law?
Guardianship can be a difficult matter to approach with your family member, particularly if he or she doesn’t believe that …Read More
Back to Basics: Filing for Divorce in South Carolina
All too often, people misunderstand even the most basic eligibility requirements and procedures for filing for divorce in the state …Read More
Dividing Retirement Accounts in a Divorce
One of the most valuable assets that an individual may own is his or her retirement account. Whether it is …Read More
What Are the Benefits of Establishing Paternity for My Child?
In modern America, it is not uncommon for children to be born to unmarried parents. Unlike a child born to …Read More
Parenting Plan Modifications and Relocating Parents in South Carolina
As a parent considers moving to another community or state for jobs, new spouses, family members who need care, or …Read More
What Is a Parenting Plan and Why Do I Need One?
A parenting plan is a document that sets forth the schedule of parenting time for a child and each of …Read More
Guardianships and Conservatorships Under South Carolina Law
South Carolina law provides for both guardianships and conservatorships, both of which may occur when a family member becomes incapacitated …Read More
Different Types of Custody Under South Carolina Law
Under S.C. Code Ann. § 63-15-210, there are two different types of custody – physical custody, which is the parent …Read More