May 26

Marijuana Use in South Carolina Child Custody Cases

In recent years, marijuana has been decriminalized and even become legal in some places, prompting frequent questions about how marijuana use can affect a South Carolina child custody case. Though the news is full of information about marijuana being

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Feb 10

Why Same-Sex Couples Should Have Prenuptial Agreements

Across the country, courts have been addressing the constitutionality of laws prohibiting same-sex marriage, and the United States Supreme Court will soon decide that issue. In the meantime, same-sex couples are now able to get married in many states,

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Feb 04

Megan Dell Presenting at the 2015 Guardian ad Litem Training & Update

On February 6, 2015, Megan Dell will present “Case Update & Literature Resources for the GAL” at the 2015 Guardian ad Litem Training & Update CLE planned by the South Carolina Bar Association. The seminar fulfills the statutory annual

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