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Property division is not always settled in court

As many couples in South Carolina know, relationships don't always last forever. However much you might hope to stay with your spouse for the rest of your life, as time goes by, you might change your mind. There is no shame in this; people change and often grow apart. While you may decide to go through mediation processes in order to repair your relationship, if this does not work, you might find yourself considering divorce.

It is an option that many couples turn to once they realize that they are no longer happy together. In many cases, it is the healthiest option and the best way of moving forward. Furthermore, if you and your partner separate amicably, you maybe able to settle the matter with minimal time in court. For example, if you can both agree on how to divide your property, and that decision is deemed by the judge to be fair, you can save yourselves a lot of time.

Of course, it is not always that simple. Once you get down to actually figuring out who keeps what, you may find that there is a conflict of interests. Pets are a common point of contention in divorce proceedings, yet they are handled as simply another part of the marital property, even though to many people, their pets are part of the family.

If you are preparing for divorce, it is important to ensure you get a fair deal out of your divorce settlement. It is a lot to think about, yet you do not have to figure it out on your own. Our page on property division may have some of the information you need. An attorney might also be able to help, overseeing the process and ensuring that you receive your fair share whether the matter is decided between you and your spouse, or settled by the judge.

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