Make A Plan For Your No-Fault Divorce
Fault and no-fault divorce is granted in South Carolina. Fault divorce involves marriages that end due to adultery, alcoholism, physical abuse or desertion. However, no-fault divorce is cited more commonly than fault divorce. There are two components to no-fault divorce: irreconcilable differences and the spouses living separate and apart for one year prior to filing.
The law firm of Aaron & Aaron in Clemson, South Carolina, offers personalized service to men and women involved in no-fault divorce. We can help you create a mediation plan to convert into a divorce order. To speak with a lawyer about this, please call us at 864-271-5545.
You Can Maintain Control Over Decisions That Will Affect Your Future
Our divorce attorneys work with clients prior to the filing for divorce. In this critical time frame, we assist with mediation and help create a plan for the divorce. In mediation, we cover:
The mediated plan is then converted into an order for divorce. Unlike litigation, which can be costly and contentious, mediated plans allow for a seamless process where both parties are active and in control throughout the duration of the divorce process.
When you are put in control of the decisions, it is likely that many problems and disputes can be avoided in the months and years to come. Additionally, it is less likely that your shared children will have to endure parental fighting or misunderstandings about parenting time.
Free Initial Phone Consultations
We offer free initial phone consultations so that you can obtain a good idea about the process of no-fault divorce. To talk to us, please call 864-271-5545. You can also email our Clemson law firm.