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February 2015 Archives

Not having physical custody does not mean you get no say

Child custody battles can be difficult things to go through. In general, most parents simply want the best for their children and to be as much a part of their lives as possible. However, as many parents in South Carolina have learned, when couples separate, this often means that neither parent is able to spend as much time with their child as they did before. Even so, this does not mean that the child has any less of a happy upbringing.

How is marital property divided in South Carolina?

Property division laws vary from state to state, so if you and your partner are considering separating or your divorce process is already underway, it is important to make yourself aware of the rules in the state where the divorce has been filed. The means by which property is apportioned depends on the state in which the decision is made, so this can be an important factor in deciding where to file for your divorce.

Keeping up with child support does not need to be a chore

Many couples in South Carolina do not remain together, even if they have children. Not all relationships work out and often it is healthier to move on and have a fresh start than to remain in a situation where you are unhappy. This can be even more the case if you have children, as exposing them to an unsettled home environment can be detrimental to their happiness and well-being.

Hundreds of children wait for foster homes in South Carolina

Families come in many shapes and sizes. Children may grow up with both parents or only one, while others are removed from their birth parents altogether and are either placed into foster care, or go to be adopted. However, it is not as simple as it sounds. All too often, there are not enough homes to accommodate all the children, leaving many of them waiting for years at a time.

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