Does Adultery Affect Alimony in a South Carolina Divorce?
In some states, evidence of adultery is irrelevant as far as divorce proceedings are concerned, and a divorce judge will …Read More
Can Social Security Benefits be Divided in Divorce?
Clients going through a divorce from a long marriage go through the difficult process of trying to divide up …Read More
Dating Before Divorce
Can I date before my divorce is final?
One of the most frequent questions clients ask during consultation is whether or not they can begin seeing another person once they have started the divorce process.
Grandparent Custody and Visitation: “Best Interest of the Child”
If a grandparent can show that he or she, or both, is a “de facto custodian” of the child, then the grandparent may seek custody or visitation of the grandchild. The grandparent must prove by clear and convincing evidence, pursuant to S.C. Code Ann…Read More
Student Loans: Who Pays in A Divorce?
Student Loans: Who’s paying? In determining whether student loans are marital debt, South Carolina family courts are required to …Read More
October 26th is Declared Dick Elliott Day by the Mayor of Loris, S.C.
October 26th has been declared Dick Elliott day by the Mayor of Loris, S.C. Retired Senator Dick Elliott received …Read More