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Divorce Lawyer

Getting A Divorce in Greenville, South Carolina

Divorce Lawyer in Greenville South Carolina

  If you and/or your spouse wish to get a divorce in Greenville, South Carolina, there are some rules that you will want to keep in mind. First, South Carolina offers several “at-fault” reasons that will grant you and your spouse a divorce. They are: 1) adultery 2) physical cruelty 3) habitual drunkenness and 4) […]

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Modifying Custody Agreements in South Carolina

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Imagine you have a custody agreement entered by the court giving your ex-spouse custody of your minor children.  You, the noncustodial parent, are seeking for a way to rework custody. The only issue is: You don’t know what you need to convince the court. If you are seeking to modify your custody agreement in South […]

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What Proof Is Needed to Establish Adultery in a South Carolina Divorce?

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Imagine you are married and you have heavy suspicions your spouse has been cheating on you.  You’ve seen not-so-secret texts on your spouse’s phone suggesting your spouse planned to meet with their mistress when you were not home.  You’ve heard gossip from your mutual friends of an affair.  But no one has seen this purported […]

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Determining Whether a Prenuptial Agreement is Right for You

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You have decided to take the proverbial “plunge” and are planning to get married. You are in love with your soon-to-be-spouse and you are confident they love you. But you also read about the nearly 50 percent divorce rate in the United States (though it is not actually 50 percent) and you want to ensure […]

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Proving a Common Law Marriage

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While many couples have strong reasons for wanting to get married, others have strong reasons for not wanting to tie the knot legally. In some cases, it may be due to biases against the institution itself, or practical reasons, such as the existence of a trust fund or other benefits that would be lost unless […]

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