When navigating South Carolina divorce, it can be difficult to make sense of all the legal documents and terminology, especially court orders.
There are three main types of court order: Temporary Orders
A "temporary order" results from a Motion for Read More
There are frequently allegations of parental alienation in South Carolina Family Court. It is one of the most complicated concepts to untangle in child custody cases.
Parental alienation is the process by which a child's relationship with one parent becomes Read More
Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, commonly referred to as "QDROs," are one of the least discussed topics in Family Court cases, but they are important. A QDRO is a type of court order that allows the transfer of retirement benefits from one spouse to Read More
When someone violates a Family Court order, they can be held in contempt of court. Typically, a contempt proceeding begins when one party (the "petitioner") asks the Court to issue an order requiring the other party (the "respondent") to explain why they have Read More
A lot of people file for divorce at the beginning of the year. While divorce professionals don’t all agree in the reasons why this happens, here are a few theories. The Holidays Are Over
Our culture has a tendency to romanticize the holiday season, and Read More