Dec 16

Basics of Subpoenas

It's important to know the basics of subpoenas in South Carolina divorce cases so you can use them to your advantage. A subpoena has the same power as a court order. Subpoenas can be issued by a South Carolina attorney or, if a party to a divorce case does

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Dec 14

Motion for Temporary Relief

One of the most common hearings in South Carolina Family Court is a hearing on a Motion for Temporary Relief. These motions are intended to establish how things will be while the case is open but before a final conclusion is reached. Many lawyers

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Dec 09

Why do Charleston divorce lawyers charge a consultation fee?

Most Charleston divorce lawyers charge a consultation fee, and the attorneys of Dell Family Law do too. But you are probably wondering why so many Charleston divorce lawyers are willing to forego meeting with potential clients who would prefer to first meet

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Dec 07

How can you reduce the cost of your divorce?

No one enjoys the process of getting divorced and paying a lawyer makes it that much more painful. Many clients want to reduce the cost of their divorce without sacrificing the quality of their representation. Here are a few ways you can save money: Be

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Dec 02

Determining Where to File Your Child Custody Case

Determining where to file your child custody case can be complicated. Since the 1960s, Family Courts have tried to prevent people from moving across state lines to choose where their child custody case is litigated. The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction

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