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April 2014 Archives

South Carolina man charged with DUI after fatal accident

Police in South Carolina believe that alcohol may have contributed to a fatal two-vehicle accident on April 23. They have reported that a Travelers Rest man is facing drunk driving charges for his role in the crash that claimed the life of a 70-year-old man. The accident took place on Tubbs Mountain Road in Greenville County at 5:30 p.m.

Was future income a major element to Russell Wilson's divorce?

Many residents here in Clemson, South Carolina are well aware of Russell Wilson, the Super Bowl-winning quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks. But before he became a national celebrity, Wilson was plying his athletic trade in the other Carolina. He was a star football and baseball player for North Carolina State before completing his NCAA eligibility with Wisconsin for one season. Then he moved on to the NFL, where in just his second season he won the sport's most illustrious award: the Lombardi Trophy, signifying that he and the Seahawks won the NFL championship.

Former NFL star serves 1 day in jail for DUI

Football fans in South Carolina may remember Donovan McNabb for the headlines he made during his 13-year NFL career, but the former quarterback was recently in the news for a different reason. McNabb was released from an Arizona jail on April 17 after serving one day behind bars. The retired athlete had previously entered a guilty plea to drunk-driving charges stemming from a citation he received last year.

How to maintain your sanity during a divorce

Sometimes when someone goes through a divorce, they get so focused on all of the legal matters that need tending to that they forget about their personal wellbeing. They may become reclusive. They may not take care of themselves in the way they did before. In general, they may struggle to deal with their new reality as a single person in a complicated world.

Student debt is an important factor in divorce

In our last post, we talked about the role of financial assets in divorce. One of the assets we didn't talk about is debt. Yes, it may seem like a contradictory thought, but debt is an asset that can be divided in divorce. Credit card debt can be divided amongst the splitting spouses in a divorce. Mortgage payments could be divided in a divorce. And, yes, student loan debt can be divided amongst the spouses when a divorce occurs.

High-speed chase leads to drunk driving charges

A South Carolina man is facing charges in two counties after an April 2 traffic incident developed into a high-speed chase. The Hemingway resident is facing drunk driving charges in Marion County and charges of assault, domestic violence and resisting arrest in Williamsburg County.

Felony DUI charge comes after crash that killed a motorcyclist

A South Carolina man from Orangeburg was charged with felony DUI after an accident that left one other person dead. The accident happened on March 30 when the man's Chrysler ran into a Kawasaki off-road motorcycle near the motorcycle driver's home. The driver of the car was charged on March 31, and bond was set at $75,000.

The complexities of dividing financial assets in divorce

When you file for divorce, there are a million feelings running through you, as well as a million thoughts running through your head. It's an emotional and stressful time, and that can cause many people to rush through some very important issues related to their divorce. One of the most important of these issues is property division, and, more specifically, the division of financial assets.

New Utah law establishes interesting divorce rule

While the following story does not involve South Carolina law, it is an important divorce story that could signal a growing trend across the United States. The state of Utah will now require any divorcing couples who have children under the age of 18 to go through a specialized divorce class early on in the divorce process. The class is meant to show the parents what kind of impact their split will have on their children. Once the class is taken, the legal process can move forward with judge's granting custody and financial orders.

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