We handle all types of family law cases including Divorce, Separation, Adoption, Child Support, Child Custody, Alimony, Juvenile Law, Name Changes and DSS Child Cases.
If you or someone you know needs an attorney in South Carolina, we are here to help.
Our experienced team of lawyers in Summerville, South Carolina routinely handle family law, criminal defense, and personal injury cases.
With over 30 years of legal experience, the attorneys at Templeton Mims & Ward are ready to get you the best possible outcome in your case.
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– Dawn McCraith
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South Carolina law in a language you can understand.
Temporary hearings, emergency hearings, and expedited hearings in the family court allow the parties to resolve pressing issues that just can’t wait for the trial or final divorce hearing to be scheduled. But what is the difference between temporary hearings,...
What is an Order for Separate Maintenance and Support in SC? Most people would call it a “legal separation,” although that’s not technically correct. South Carolina does not recognize “legal separation,” but the family court can issue an Order for Separate...
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...