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September 2016 Archives

Debunking child custody myths

Family court cases in South Carolina can range greatly in nature. When divorce and child custody matters include a history of domestic abuse, the judge will prioritize the children's best interests. However, the manner in which such issues play out might surprise the parties involved. In fact, there are several myths regarding child custody decisions.

Managing a college savings account after a divorce

South Carolina residents considering a divorce or going through the process may be concerned about the fate of any long term investments that they made while married. It is possible that some savings accounts might be lost during the divorce or misspent by one of the departing spouses. Even investments such as savings for a child's college education may be at risk.

Points to consider when dividing retirement accounts

South Carolina couples over the age of 50 may be more likely to divorce than couples in their age group in past years. In 1990, fewer than half the number of couples over 50 divorced compared to today. While the main concern among younger couples who divorce might be child custody, for older couples, the focus is often on retirement accounts.

Property division and the value of a business

Divorces can often be stressful and complicated. This is especially true when one or both spouses own a business in South Carolina. Along with other property, the business may need to be divided between the spouses. The first step in the division process will be to determine an accurate value of the business.

Divorce, video games, and co-parenting matters

Co-parenting after ending a marriage can be impacted by the manner in which South Carolina parents have approached their divorce. Those who work together through mediation or collaboration often seek solutions that will encompass the goals of both parties while keeping the best interests of a child in focus. However, those who have gone through a court battle could continue to experience major contentions over matters that are not particularly serious. The issue of screen time and video games, for example, might be a significant concern for some parents and a minor interest for others. Moderating a child's screen time when they are away from home could depend on the co-parenting relationship.

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