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September 2014 Archives

Determining separate and community property is vital in divorce

Determining who gets what during your divorce proceedings can be a difficult task. Often, the longer you have been together and the greater your assets, the harder it is. Furthermore, it may also seem like a taxing burden when you may be more deeply concerned with matters such as child custody, or simply getting the divorce over and done with. Of course all aspects of the divorce have to be agreed upon before it can be finalized, so it could be a long process and may even have to go to court.

What factors govern child support in South Carolina?

If a child's parents do not live together, this does not mean that child should receive any less care or financial support. In many cases, one or the other parent may be required to make monthly child support payments, to ensure that their child is sufficiently provided for. To determine the amount that is to be paid, a number of factors are taken into consideration, as explained on the Divorce Support website. These include the following:

Refusing a breath test in South Carolina

Routine traffic stops can be troubling experiences for some drivers, particularly if they are nervous about failing a breath alcohol test. In South Carolina, a driver is considered too intoxicated to drive when their blood alcohol content is greater than .08 percent. Drivers have the right to refuse to take a breath alcohol test if a police officer asks to perform one; however, there are consequences to refusing a test.

Man facing DUI charges for fatal 5-vehicle crash

A man was accused of drunk driving and causing a fatal crash involving five cars on Sept. 6 in South Carolina. The incident happened around 7:45 p.m. at Sheep Farm Road and Wells Highway in Seneca. Police allege that a 52-year-old man drove through a red light before broadsiding one car and then hitting three other vehicles.

South Carolina man to receive adoption award

Welcoming a new child into your family is a wonderful event. Whether this happens via birth or adoption, the run-up to the happy occasion is often a busy time, requiring plenty of planning and organization. For families that choose adoption, there can be various legal and administrative matters to consider. Even so, this worthy path is one that is chosen by many families across the United States.

Accident kills 1, injures 1, possibly caused by drunk driving

The South Carolina Highway Patrol charged a woman with two counts of felony DUI after a crash in Clarendon County on Aug. 30. The accident on SC 261 killed a 34-year-old man from Manning who suffered chest and neck injuries due to the wreck.

Do not be deterred by divorce complications

The divorce process is not always as straightforward as you might hope. For some couples, it is an amicable undertaking during which they quickly reach agreements on the relevant matters and then move on. Unfortunately, for some couples, it is not so easy to agree on some matters and this can drag the whole process out. We have already discussed in a previous post the importance of considering matters such as retirement benefits during a divorce. Here are a few other matters that it can be important to give due consideration:

Deputy injured in South Carolina DUI accident

A deputy from Spartanburg County was injured in an Aug. 30 head-on car accident. The early morning crash occurred on Highway 221 when a 23-year-old Spartanburg man collided with the deputy's vehicle. The deputy reportedly suffered whiplash and a slight concussion as well as road rash due to the air bags in his vehicle. Reports do not mention where the man was evaluated for his injuries, but he is said to be recovering at his home.

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