Category: Conservator & Guardianship
What If You Are Struggling To Pay Child Support Or Alimony During COVID-19?
During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is no secret that the economy has taken a hit. In South Carolina alone, …Read More
For Divorced Parents, Which One Gets The Stimulus Money?
When Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act in March, many people were excited because they …Read More
Child Abuse Is An Unintended Consequence Of Stay At Home Orders
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way of life for so many people throughout this country and here in South …Read More
Do You Have To Prove Your Ex Is Living With Someone To Stop Alimony?
There are times when the court may order a higher-earning spouse to provide financial assistance to a spouse of lesser …Read More
Does Child Support Cover Your Kid’s Extracurricular Activities?
One of the most contentious aspects of a divorce is child support. While the total amount paid is determined by …Read More
What If You Get Divorced After Adopting A Child?
Divorce is not easy for anyone to go through. However, the situation can be incredibly complicated when there are children …Read More
How to Get Full Custody: A Guide for Parents
If you’re a South Carolinian, getting divorced can be tougher than in some states – South Carolina is one of …Read More
How Does a Guardian ad Litem Get Paid?
A guardian ad litem (GAL) gets paid from the ward’s estate in most cases. How does this work? Well, if …Read More
Can Two People Be Guardians for the Same Disabled Adult?
In many families, there are multiple individuals who wish to protect an aging or cognitively-impaired individual in need of a …Read More
What Is a Neuropsychological Evaluation?
For those who are caring for a senior or acting as a court-appointed guardian for a disabled adult, there can …Read More