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South Carolina’s Laws

How to File for Divorce in South Carolina

In South Carolina. when you represent yourself in family court without a lawyer you are referred to as a “pro se” (without an attorney) party. Pro se is a Latin term that means “in person” or “on one’s own behalf." Filing for a divorce in South Carolina is not an easy...

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What Are Defamation, Libel & Slander in South Carolina?

As defamation lawyers in Charleston, we know how important your reputation is to you. If someone makes false claims or accusations about you or your business, these statements can damage your relationships and cause you to lose business or your job. At Futeral &...

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What is Harassment in the Workplace in South Carolina?

Everyone deserves the right to a safe and productive work environment. You should never feel threatened, intimidated, or offended at a place you are obliged to spend time just because you need to earn a living. And when you are the victim of a negative workplace...

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What Can I Do if My Spouse Abuses Me in South Carolina?

Domestic Violence is an issue in South Carolina and every other state. When it occurs, sometimes an abused spouse considers it a one-time offense and ultimately forgives the other spouse. In many other cases, it leads to the break-up of the relationship. The abused...

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How to Change Alimony in South Carolina

As divorce lawyers in Mount Pleasant, some clients ask us to help them reduce or terminate their alimony payments in South Carolina. In South Carolina, some alimony payments can last for a lifetime because the most common form of alimony awarded by the court is...

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What Are South Carolina’s Custody Laws?

For over 28 years, I've been a child custody lawyer in Charleston, South Carolina. I wrote this article to give parents a comprehensive understanding of child custody laws in South Carolina. I explain the types of custody in South Carolina, the factors the family...

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How An Attorney Can Navigate Your DUI

While no DUI violation is straightforward, some DUIs are inherently more complex than others. That’s because if you are charged with a felony DUI, you have a lot more at stake. Even with simpler DUIs, numerous factors are at play. An experienced DUI lawyer can help...

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Frequently Asked Questions About DUI in South Carolina

As DUI lawyers in Charleston, South Carolina, we have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions that we get from our clients about DUI in South Carolina. Is a DUI a felony in South Carolina? No, a DUI 1st offense is not a felony. However, if the DUI...

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Is Marijuana Legal in South Carolina?

As criminal lawyers in South Carolina, people sometimes ask us whether marijuana is legal in South Carolina. As of the writing of this article, over half of the American states have decriminalized or legalized marijuana in some form, at last medically, if not also...

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What is Adultery in South Carolina?

As divorce attorneys in Charleston, South Carolina, we've seen that adultery can affect the grounds for divorce, claims for alimony, the division of marital property, the calculation of alimony, child custody and visitation, and attorney's fees. In this article, we...

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