Sep 12

3 Details You Want in a Custody Agreement in South Carolina

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No two family situations are exactly alike, but there are certain details that should be included in every custody agreement in South Carolina or any state. 1.    Which parent can make decisions about the child? In South Carolina Family Court, there are

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Sep 12

Child Visitation Schedules: How to Split Time

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When a couple decides to divorce, one of the most daunting problems is establishing a child visitation schedule.  Not so long ago, a non-custodial parent would be given “standard visitation,” which was often every other weekend and a few weeks over

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Feb 13

Requirements for Temporary Hearings: Procedure Update

On November 21, 2012, the Chief Justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court issued an Administrative Order outlining new requirements for hearings on Motions for Temporary Relief. A copy of the Order can be found here. These changes include a requirement

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