Feb 28

Beware: 3 Reasons Why Your Use of Social Media Affects Family Law Cases

Your Use of Social Media Affects Family Law Cases

Social media and networking has grown exponentially in the past decade, and often, social media affects family law cases in South Carolina. Most family law issues involve the parties’ character or financial resources in some way.  Social networking

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Feb 21

Why Mental Illness is a Concern to the Court in Every Child Custody Case

Why Mental Illness is a Concern to the Court in Every Child Custody Case

South Carolina law requires mental illness to be a concern in every child custody case. Children’s best interests are often impacted by their parents’ mental health and psychological functioning, including how they cope with separating from the other

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Feb 09

5 Myths about Property Division in South Carolina Divorce You Need to Know

Property Division in South Carolina Divorce

Property Division in South Carolina Divorce, What You Need to Know Property division in divorce in sc (also referred to as “equitable apportionment”) in South Carolina is how a couple’s marital estate is divided. Equitable distribution of marital

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Feb 03

The 2023 Annual Guardian ad Litem Training and Update

CLE Materials: “The GAL Protects the Kids, But Who Protects the GAL?” Presentation for the 2023 Annual Guardian ad Litem Training and Update On January 27, 2023, Megan Dell was a presenter at the 2023 Annual Guardian ad Litem Training and Update

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Jan 30

How Child Custody and Child Support Are Related: Master the Numbers that Matter

child custody and child support

People going through divorce or in a family law case often wonder how child support is calculated. Read on to learn how child custody and child support are related and the most significant factors for calculating the amount of child support. South

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