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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.

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.

How is property divided during divorce?

There is a lot to sort out during divorce, especially if you have children. One thing that is a factor in most divorces, however, is the division of marital property. Couples can accumulate a lot during their relationship, particularly if they have been married for a long time or if one or both partners are high earners.

Deciding pet custody during divorce is a challenging business

When couples in South Carolina decide to go their separate ways, they often have a lot of things to sort out. They will need to make child custody arrangements and figure out whether either of them needs to pay child support. They will also have to divide their marital property and assets. However, one part of this division of assets that can cause particular distress and disagreement is deciding on who will keep any pets.

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