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    How Alimony Is Calculated in a Divorce

    how alimony is calculated in a divorce

    The end of a marriage is always an emotional time, and no one wants to add financial issues to the situation. Many divorces include alimony, which involves one spouse making payments to another spouse regularly. These payments are at the discretion of the court and are meant to ensure equity after the end of a […]

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    Questions to Ask When Choosing a Family Law Attorney

    questions to ask when choosing a Charleston SC Family Law Attorney

    Family law matters involving divorce, child custody, alimony, adoption and domestic violence can be extremely emotional. The outcome of your case will also have a significant impact on your life — as well as the lives of your children and other family members — for years to come. Consequently, choosing the right lawyer to represent […]

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    Top 5 Reasons Families End Up in Court

    top 5 reasons that families end up in court

    Many families can settle their differences without seeking outside help. But when a dispute escalates, it can reach the point where the legal system must resolve the issue. In some situations, processes such as alternative dispute resolution (ADR) can facilitate an agreement between the parties. If this remedy fails, there may be no choice but […]

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    Can Prenuptial Agreements Override State Laws?

    Can pre-nuptial agreements override state laws?

    Prenuptial agreements are relatively common in marriages where one of the parties earns a substantial income or owns valuable assets. A “prenup” is a legal agreement that couples execute before they marry to determine the division and ownership of their assets in the event of a divorce. Wealthy spouses may request a prenup to protect […]

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    Filing an Emergency Order of Protection

    PFA Process South Carolina

    Domestic violence is all too prevalent in today’s society, and its victims often need immediate help to stay safe. A Protection From Abuse order is a legal remedy that can provide relief by prohibiting the offender from abusing, stalking, harassing or threatening the victim. It’s possible to get a PFA order issued quickly in an […]

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