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Lauren Taylor

South Carolina divorce attorney Lauren Taylor practices family law in Charleston and Greenville. She graduated from the Charlotte School of Law, and has been practicing for more than ten years. Since the firm's inception in 2012, Mrs. Taylor has helped hundreds of people navigate the uncertainties surrounding the family and criminal court process. She has cultivated a team that ensures each case has a strategy crafted specifically to the clients needs and desires. Her commitment to top notch service has led her to open two additional offices in the low country where she now resides with her husband Michael and her golden retriever, Buster.

The Impact of Social Media During a Divorce

In the United States, 2.4 per 1,000 people get divorced, and those numbers keep going up. With these rising rates, the impact of social media during a divorce becomes ever more prominent, and it’s crucial to understand how social media activity can affect the results of divorce proceedings. How Social Media Affects Divorce Rates and Proceedings […]

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Your Rights When Facing Criminal Charges in South Carolina

Your Rights When Facing Criminal Charges in South Carolina

The law protects individuals arrested, accused or charged with criminal offenses in South Carolina. Knowing your rights is important because it lets you defend yourself against injustices and abuse of power. This guide will discuss these safeguards and the importance of asserting your rights. What Are the Rights of the Accused in South Carolina? Individuals […]

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Why Men Struggle More After Divorce

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Divorce is a difficult time for everyone involved. As a culture, we often assume women have a more emotional time handling changes when a marriage ends. However, men may have a harder time coping with divorce for the following reasons: 1. Smaller Support Network Women often prioritize their relationships with others. For this reason, it’s […]

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

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

Discovering your spouse is cheating can be devastating. For many individuals, this behavior will lead them to end their marriage. If you are pursuing a divorce in South Carolina with adultery involved, you must compile and establish proof as part of your case. Knowing what you must get can strengthen your divorce case and secure […]

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