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April 2015 Archives

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.

Many parties may contribute to child support enforcement

Not every family in South Carolina has the same composition. Although many people initially think of a family as having two parents and one or more children, this is actually a comparatively uncommon occurrence. Some children grow up with just one parent, while others may have step-parents, donor parents or a number of other arrangements. Whatever the case, the most important thing is that every child grows up with the love and support that he or she deserves.

When is it time to choose divorce?

For many couples in South Carolina, marriage does not last forever. People change as time goes on and not everyone remains as close to those they once loved as they might have expected. There are a number of avenues available to couples going through difficulties, from temporary separations to marriage guidance counseling. For some, this is all that is needed and they get themselves back on track. However, for many it simply isn't enough.

Mother arrested over custody interference

Child custody decisions can often be difficult for parents in South Carolina to accept. No matter what terms you are on with your child's other parent, the chances are that you would still like to be as much a part of your child's life as possible. Unfortunately, in order to ensure that children are able to spend time with each parent, assuming they are deemed suitable, child custody orders generally restrict the amount of time each parent gets with their child.

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