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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.

    Why Local Journalism Matters

    Accurate, reliable news is essential to educate citizens on local, state and national decisions and policies. However, local journalism is in a crisis, as over 65 million people live in areas with access to only one newspaper. In some areas of the nation, there are no local newspapers at all. A lack of local journalism is detrimental […]

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    How Does Divorce Affect My Social Security Benefits in South Carolina?

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    How Does Divorce Affect My Social Security Benefits in South Carolina? During divorce proceedings in South Carolina, the parties typically focus on the division of property and assets, alimony payments and child custody arrangements. One aspect they may overlook — which can have significant long-term financial implications — is how divorce impacts Social Security (SS) […]

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    Important South Carolina Adoption Laws Parents Need to Know

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    All states have adoption laws in place to aid and protect children, birth guardians and adoptive families throughout the entire legal process. As a South Carolina adoption attorney, one part of Lauren Taylor’s job is ensuring you are knowledgeable of these laws, and that your adoption will meet all of the state of South Carolina’s […]

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    Common-Law Marriage Requirements

    Common-Law Marriage Requirements

    While many couples have strong reasons for wanting to marry, 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 they could lose unless the […]

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    EEOC Laws in South Carolina

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    The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforces federal laws that protect Americans from workplace discrimination. However, those rules and their enforcement vary between states. Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws and regulations in South Carolina give employees access to official complaints, investigations and lawsuits. Employment discrimination is prohibited by the South Carolina Human Affairs Law. According to […]

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    6 Types of Alimony in South Carolina

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    When you and your spouse decide to end your marriage, one of you may be responsible for paying the other one alimony. Alimony is a payment one spouse makes to the other when they end their marriage. South Carolina family judges have the final say on who has to pay alimony and how much of it. […]

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