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An attorney can help settle disputes over property division

Property division is one aspect of divorce that may cause couples a lot of stress. Not only may they not agree on who should get what, but there may also be confusion about what is considered marital property and what is considered separate property. This lack of agreement and confusion may cause a dispute to go on much longer than it needs to.

What factors are used to determine which parent gets custody?

Child custody is a sensitive issue. It can be especially difficult if both parents have found themselves feuding over which parent will get custody. When parents cannot come to an agreement on child custody, it is common for them to take their dispute to court and let the judge decide which parent will be awarded custody of the child. While all states have their own way of determining which parent will get custody of their children, in South Carolina the judge may examine certain factors to make a decision.

Couple disputes over frozen embryos during divorce

It is normal for two people who are divorcing to dispute over several issues. Property division and alimony may be common topics of discussion, but there are other things that couples may argue about. While some feud about the common divorce issues, others may come to realize that their divorce is particularly unique, especially when they find themselves discussing the fate of their frozen embryos.

Why you should modify child support

If two parents have ended their relationship or marriage, it is possible that a child custody battle will follow the separation. When courts choose to award one parent custody of his or her child, they may also decide that the other parent is to pay child support. While courts have guidelines they follow when it comes to determining the amount of child support that is to be paid, there are times when guidelines can be deviated from to positively benefit the child.

Factors that help determine distribution of marital property

Dividing marital property between spouses during a divorce is not an easy task. Not only may it be an issue figuring out who will get what, but there may be confusion about what is considered marital property and what is not. Marital property is considered any personal and real property that was acquired during marriage. Certain states, like South Carolina, have equitable distribution laws where spouses have the right to any and all marital property. These laws are not the only thing that affect how property is divided between spouses.

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