Rock Hill Divorce & Family Law Blog

5 Myths About Child Custody in South Carolina

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Popular media and popular gossip have combined over the years to convince many South Carolina residents that they understand how child custody agreements work. Even though most parents in South Carolina know that custody is one of the most contentious divorce issues, many assume that they can simply figure it out – or that the court will side with one...

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Planning Your Estate

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Estate planning ensures that the end of your life proceeds the way you would wish and that those you care about have the support and guidance they need in a tough time. It’s important not to make mistakes. While there...

5 Things That Might Surprise You About Divorce in South Carolina

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Divorce is divorce. You simply file some papers and you’re done, right? Not necessarily. Every state has its own unique requirements and limitations when it comes to divorce and child custody. South Carolina is no exception. Before you can get...

Am I Too Young for a Will? Creating a Will

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Whatever your age, the answer to this question is a resounding “no.” While many of us think that wills are only for older people and those with lots of money and things, nothing could be further from the truth. In...

South Carolina Tops States in Domestic Abuse Against Women

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and victims’ advocates are asking the public to reach out to friends and family members and remind them that domestic violence is everywhere in our society. Hundreds of victims are murdered each year by...

Adoption Fight Tugs at Heart of South Carolina Couple

A heart-wrenching adoption dispute between a South Carolina couple trying to adopt a girl of Cherokee descent and the child’s biological father has reached the U.S. Supreme Court. The court heard arguments recently about who should raise the girl, now...