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
How Does a Court Decide Child Custody in South Carolina?
Under South Carolina law, judges make child custody determinations based on the best interests of the child. There are a …Read More
Dads and Divorce: Being a Greater Part of Your Children’s Lives
In the not-so-distant past, it was widely assumed that mothers received custody of children in divorces and fathers paid child …Read More
Life Insurance, Alimony, and Child Support Payments
When you are in the midst of a divorce, an order for your soon-to-be-ex-spouse to pay you alimony and/or child …Read More
Alimony and South Carolina Law
The divorce laws in many states recognize the “ten year rule,” which is a legal principle that affects how alimony …Read More
Financial Declarations and Your South Carolina Divorce
When you learn that you have to complete a financial declaration form in your divorce or family law matter, you …Read More
What Rights Do I Have as an Unmarried Father?
When a child is born to married parents, each parent has an equal right to the custody of the child. …Read More