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    Divorce During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Graphic showing a women's hands taking off her wedding ring and the caption - "Divorce During the COVID-19 Pandemic"

    During the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, couples are forced to quarantine together. Emotions and stress are already high for individuals during a pandemic — add marital issues and arguments to the equation, and COVID-19 may become a recipe for a rise in divorce rates. Although public health measures that call for quarantining are necessary during this uncertain time, […]

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    How Social Media Can Undermine Your Divorce

    how social media can undermine your divorce process

    Our lives are increasingly connected by the internet and social media. We share so much of ourselves with the public, including information, photos, videos and more. Unfortunately, you can’t retract or hide that information when dealing with a private issue, such as divorce negotiations. Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and dating websites leave tracks that […]

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    Top 5 Reasons Couples Choose to Get a Divorce

    Top 5 reasons for Divorce in the United States

    The United States has a relatively high divorce rate — estimated around 40% for first-time marriages. There is a high probability that many married couples will struggle to stay together. The factors that influence the decision to get a divorce can vary, whether it’s one straw that snaps the bond or multiple occurrences fraying it […]

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    Uncontested Divorce in South Carolina

    Uncontested Divorce in South Carolina

    You had every intention of spending the rest of your life with your spouse when you got married. Going through a divorce can be a challenging and emotionally complex time regardless of the reason for your separation. When you decide to end your marriage in South Carolina, you can file a no-fault divorce or one […]

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    How Long Does a Divorce Take in South Carolina?

    how long does divorce take in South cAROLINA

    Once you make the difficult decision to end a marriage, you don’t want to spend a long time in the divorce process. If you’re eager to get on with rebuilding your life, you may feel you need to complete your dissolution of marriage before that can happen.  It is natural to have many questions when […]

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    Questions to Ask Your Divorce Attorney

    questions to ask your divorce attorney

    If you have decided to end your marriage, you may decide you need legal representation to protect your interests and those of your children. Since this is a critical position, you want to be sure you choose the best attorney for your case. A lawyer will offer an initial consultation in many cases, and these […]

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    Useful Apps to Help With Co-Parenting

    useful apps to help with coparenting

    Co-parenting is a challenge requiring you to coordinate playdates, times, multiple schedules, finances and more. Whether you are new to co-parenting or have been doing it for years, you need to communicate effectively and stay on the same page to ensure kids get the support they need and don’t miss out on any fun activities […]

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    How Property Is Divided in a Divorce in South Carolina

    Do I have to answer the door for police in South Carolina?

    Divorce involves not just the end of a relationship but also the end of a shared financial life together. During the process, parties need to divide property equally, including property which may be in both partners’ names. How Division of Assets Works in South Carolina How marital assets are divided is determined by state courts, […]

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