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    How Can I Prepare for Mediation for my Divorce in Greenville, South Carolina?

    Divorce Mediation Lawyer Greenville South Carolina

    Mediation is a requirement for most couples facing a divorce in Greenville, South Carolina. Many of the state’s counties have now implemented a mandatory mediation requirement prior to a final divorce hearing. Even though mediation may be mandatory, though, it is also a good idea to go through the process if a couple is unable […]

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    What are the Laws Regarding Divorce in South Carolina?

    divorce law lawyer in Greenville SC

    When it comes to a “fault” divorce, South Carolina recognizes four grounds. Those are physical cruelty, desertion, adultery, and either drug addiction or habitual drunkenness. To get a “fault” divorce you would have to prove reasonably without a doubt that one these things did occur. You would need to provide the court with evidence, which […]

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    Getting A Divorce in Greenville, South Carolina

    Divorce Lawyer in Greenville South Carolina

      If you and/or your spouse wish to get a divorce in Greenville, South Carolina, there are some rules that you will want to keep in mind. First, South Carolina offers several “at-fault” reasons that will grant you and your spouse a divorce. They are: 1) adultery 2) physical cruelty 3) habitual drunkenness and 4) […]

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