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January 2016 Archives

Understanding grounds for divorce in South Carolina

A spouse who is considering filing for divorce in the state of South Carolina has a multitude of decisions to make before he or she actually files. The first of many is the decision concerning which ground to cite as the reason for the divorce. In the state, divorcing spouses have five grounds for divorce, from which they must choose only one.

Understanding child support payments for South Carolina parents

For parents in South Carolina who are divorcing or ending their romantic relationships, child support is likely a topic of concern. Most parents know only the basics about child support and are unsure of the specifics. At the law firm of Aaron & Aaron, we can help you understand how child support payments are determined, and we can explain which factors can cause payment amounts to deviate from the standard.

How does the Latimer test determine if a parent can relocate?

In South Carolina, as well as the rest of the world, couples are having children. Some couples are married, some are not, and still some are not even couples. When a child is brought into the world, a shift takes place, and some couples break under the pressure, others strengthen, and some, who were not couples, give co-parenting their best shot.

How debts may be divided during a divorce

Divorcing couples spend their time discussing many things during the divorce process. Depending on the length of the marriage and how the couple chose to spend their money while together, they may have acquired quite a bit of property and assets during the marriage that they will now have to divide between the two of them. They could work together and figure out what each person will walk away with, but if any disputes occur, they will have to let a judge decide for them. The same thing can happen should a couple have debts that need to be paid off.

Tips for record keeping regarding alimony

Alimony payments carry unique tax issues that require that you keep excellent records should you ever be audited. Essentially, alimony payments, or "spousal support" payments, are given by one spouse to another following a divorce. Usually, alimony is ordered when one spouse significantly out-earns the other. These payments are the court's way of balancing the economic scales between the parties, which allows the disadvantaged spouse time to build up a new life.

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