Welcome! come back often to hear about the many new things that we have learned and the interesting laws that are shaping the world around you. Look for our first substantive (Definition: Having a firm basis in reality and therefore important, meaningful, or considerable) post within the next week or so.
- When can a child testify in South Carolina Family Court? When can a child’s input be included in South Carolina Family Court?
- Types of Custody and Vistation : Know your options prior to making an agreement
- “Excuse me whose parent are you?” How To Get Copies of Your Child’s School Records?
- Fact v. Fiction Uncontested and “No-Fault” Divorce in South Carolina
- Wage withholding for child support SC Code 63-17-1420