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March 2015 Archives

Be aware of property laws in your state

One of the biggest issues that arises for couples considering divorce in South Carolina is how they are going to divide their accumulated property. This can be everything from their home to family pets and even debts. Only a few things are exempt from division during divorce, such as inheritances, personal injury awards or similar compensation. However, even those can be subject to division if they have become commingled with marital property.

What is the legal marriage age in South Carolina?

Deciding to marry is a big step, but generally a happy one. Although there is a lot to plan and organize, it is the beginning of a new chapter of your life. As such, there are certain restrictions on who is legally allowed to marry. It is assumed that before a certain age, most people might not be ready for the changes and responsibilities marriage can entail. As such, many states have rules in place governing the age at which you are permitted to marry.

Fight back if your child support goes unpaid

Many children grow up in South Carolina in the care of only one of their parents. Of course this does not mean that they cannot have just as full and happy a life as a child in a two-parent family. Even so, raising a child can be expensive and it is often a struggle for a single parent to cover all the costs related to their child's needs. Fortunately, the child support system aims to ensure that children receive the financial support they require.

South Carolina sees change to alimony laws

Much like marriage, in South Carolina divorce is a huge change and generally one for the better. If you are no longer happy in your marriage, then why should you remain in that position? One option is to attempt mediation, but this is not for everyone. If you have decided your relationship is beyond repair, divorce could be the healthiest and most sensible next step to take.

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