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Cyberstalking and Online Harassment

Cyberstalking and Online Harassment

Cyberstalking is a serious offense that can drastically impact the victim’s sense of safety and security. Knowing what cyberstalking looks like and the legal ramifications of this crime are essential when navigating online spaces. What Is Cyberstalking? Cyberstalking is the act of making someone feel unsafe or threatened through the use of the internet. As […]

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Marriage Annulment in South Carolina

How to Annul a Marriage in South Carolina

South Carolina law allows you to annul a marriage in certain circumstances rather than seeking a divorce. We’ll explain the differences between the two and the grounds you’ll need to file for annulment. Read on to learn what you’ll need to know to seek an annulment in South Carolina. What Is an Annulment? While a […]

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What Is Abandonment in a Marriage in SC?

What Is Considered Abandonment in a Marriage in SC?

Unfortunately, about 40% of first-time marriages do not succeed. In such situations, divorce becomes the most practical and safest option. You need not navigate that challenge alone. Our duty as attorneys is to guide and assist you through the divorce, beginning with this article. Today, we’ll define what abandonment means in a marriage in South […]

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How to Prove Habitual Drunkenness in SC

Habitual Drunkenness Meaning Established law defines habitual drunkenness as “frequent and repeated intoxication by excessive indulgence in intoxicating liquor.” Problem drinkers tend to binge drink whenever the opportunity or desire presents itself. Habitual drunkenness involves patterns of frequently getting drunk, not being continually intoxicated. In other words, your spouse does not have to be drunk daily […]

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Proving an At Fault Divorce In South Carolina

Navigating a divorce can be draining and complicated. It’s essential to take care of yourself during the process, especially amidst all the different procedures and regulations. You should also stay organized and updated about divorce processes and your rights. Is South Carolina a No-Fault Divorce State Yes, South Carolina is a no-fault divorce state. In […]

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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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Questions to Ask Your Divorce Lawyer

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Few events in life can be as stressful and traumatic as a divorce. Along with riding an emotional roller coaster, you face significant legal and family consequences. During a divorce, it is essential to have an experienced divorce lawyer who can help you navigate this uncertain time and achieve the outcome you deserve. To determine […]

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Common Law Marriage In South Carolina

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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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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