South Carolina’s Divorce & Family Laws

What Are Fathers’ Rights in South Carolina?

Our custody and divorce lawyers in Charleston have handled many cases involving custody of a child whose parents never married. In some respects, family court cases involving unmarried parents can be simpler than a traditional divorce because they do not involve...

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Six Best Ways to Deal with a Passive-Aggressive Co-Parent

As a divorce lawyer in Charleston, South Carolina, with over 29 years of experience, I've listened to the frustrations of many parents who are dealing with a passive-aggressive co-parent. In my experience, passive-aggressive behavior is one of the most common problems...

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Parental Alienation & Child Custody South Carolina

As child custody lawyers in Charleston, South Carolina, we deal with cases where one parent turns the parties’ children against the other parent. Many refer to these acts of poisoning a child’s relationship with a parent as Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)....

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What Happens if You Forgive Adultery in South Carolina?

As divorce attorneys in Charleston, South Carolina, we deal with cases involving allegations of adultery (or other marital misconduct such as physical abuse) and the defense of “condonation.” As discussed in more detail in our article about the impact of adultery in...

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What Happens in a SC Divorce If You File for Bankruptcy?

As divorce lawyers in Charleston, South Carolina, we've handled cases where a spouse files for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy law doesn't require a married couple to file jointly. In other words, your spouse can file without you and may leave you "holding the bag" when it...

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