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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Getting Out on Bond in SC

Getting Out on Bond in SC

When a family member or friend is arrested, it can be an incredibly frustrating and stressful experience trying to find out where they are being held, where the bond hearing is going to be, and how to help them get out of jail. The criminal defense attorneys at...

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What are the Charges for Arson in South Carolina?

What are the Charges for Arson in South Carolina?

Although most people understand that “arson” is when someone sets a fire, there are three different degrees of arson in SC with graduated, or increasing, penalties based on the severity of the offense.  Each type of arson also includes important definitions and...

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Annulment in SC: How it Works

Annulment in SC: How it Works

How do you get an annulment in SC?  For most people, you don’t. You can’t get an annulment based on the short duration of your marriage, and you can’t get an annulment because the marriage wasn’t “consummated,” although you can get an annulment if you have never...

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Alimony in SC: Everything You Need to Know

Alimony in SC: Everything You Need to Know

How is alimony calculated and what are the different types of alimony in SC?  If you are considering divorce after 20 years of marriage, but your spouse was the primary breadwinner in the family, does that mean you will be destitute now? What if you gave up your...

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Discover The 5 Grounds for Divorce in SC

Discover The 5 Grounds for Divorce in SC

Considering Divorce in South Carolina? You may be surprised to learn that you can’t get divorced for the same reasons in every state – each state has its own “grounds for divorce” that must be proven before a divorce is granted. The Fault-Based & No-Fault Divorce...

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