Restraining Orders in SC: Everything You Need to Know

Restraining Orders in SC: Everything You Need to Know

How do you get a restraining order in SC?  If you are in a situation where you or a family member needs a restraining order quickly, you should immediately contact our office to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you get started.  In this...

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Orders of Protection in SC: Everything You Need to Know

Orders of Protection in SC: Everything You Need to Know

How do you get an Order of Protection in SC?  If you are in a situation where you or a family member needs a protective order quickly, you should immediately contact our office to speak with an experienced family law attorney who can help you get started.  In this...

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I Received a Court Subpoena in SC… Now What?

I Received a Court Subpoena in SC… Now What?

What should you do if you receive a court subpoena in SC?  Maybe you knew the subpoena was coming, or maybe it just showed up out of the blue – what do you do now?  Below, we will go over some of the basics of what to do when you receive a subpoena in SC, including:...

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Supervised Visitation in SC: Everything You Need to Know

Supervised Visitation in SC: Everything You Need to Know

What is supervised visitation in SC?  Although it is almost always in a child’s best interest to spend time with both of their natural parents, there are times when it is necessary to have someone supervise their visitation to ensure the child’s safety.  In this...

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What are White Collar Crimes in SC? Charges & Penalties

What are White Collar Crimes in SC? Charges & Penalties

“White collar crimes” are usually financially motivated. Investigations and prosecutions of white collar crimes often target professionals working in “white collar” jobs or people who hold public office. It is a broad topic that covers a wide range of criminal...

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DUI Felony vs. Misdemeanor in SC: What’s the Difference?

DUI Felony vs. Misdemeanor in SC: What’s the Difference?

What is a felony DUI in SC?  “Felony DUI” is a specific type of DUI in South Carolina where the driver causes an accident that results in either great bodily injury or death.  “Ordinary” DUIs in SC are always classified as misdemeanors. In this article, we will...

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What Factors Make a Parent Unfit in The Eyes of a SC Court?

What Factors Make a Parent Unfit in The Eyes of a SC Court?

What is an unfit parent under SC law?  Although it is not necessary to prove that the other parent is unfit to win a custody battle, there are situations when the court must find a parent unfit, including: When a non-parent wants to take custody from a natural parent,...

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Can I Move with My Children if I Have Primary Custody in SC?

Can I Move with My Children if I Have Primary Custody in SC?

If you have primary custody of your children, or if you share custody with your former spouse, can you move with your children? Do you need the court’s permission to move with your children? Can the other parent stop you from moving with your kids? In some cases, you...

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