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Legal Articles, Family Law

Let's Talk About: Filing For Divorce

There can be many reasons why a married couple would consider divorce, whether it be due to the actions or inactions of one of the spouses or whether both spouses agree to terminate the marriage. To file for divorce in South Carolina, the filing partner, or Plaintiff, must be a resident of the state for at least one year (However, when both spouses reside in the state, the Plaintiff must be a resident for three months).

How Long is Alimony Paid After a Divorce?

A common question during a divorce is, “How long is alimony paid after a divorce?”

4 Mistakes That Will Drive up the Cost of Your Divorce

Here are the 4 mistakes that lead to these costs and what you can do to avoid them.

LIMITED SCOPE REPRESENTATION IN FAMILY LAW CASES IN CALIFORNIA

Limited scope representation in family law cases in California.

CALIFORNIA SUMMARY DISSOLUTION

The basics of summary dissolution in California.

5 Critical Questions to Ask Your Potential Divorce Attorney

There is a crucial decision you need to make before you ever get to the negotiating table: Choosing your divorce lawyer.

Do Grandparents have Visitation Rights in NY?

Visitation rights for Grandparents is a common question raised in Family Courts today. The good news is that New York is quite flexible when it comes to grandparents’ visitation. Divorce and Family Law Attorney Fred Clarke, Esq. looks at how the Courts deal with this issue.

Parenting After Divorce

Time-sharing in Florida.

10 FACTORS THAT AFFECT CHILD CUSTODY RELOCATION IN PENNSYLVANIA

10 FACTORS THAT AFFECT CHILD CUSTODY RELOCATION IN PENNSYLVANIA

Restraining Orders in South Carolina (and how to fight them)

Restraining Orders in South Carolina (and how to fight them)

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