South Carolina Divorce Laws

Here you will find an overview of South Carolina divorce laws. From the time the Plaintiff files the Complaint for Divorce, until the time the Decree of Divorce is signed by the Judge of the Family Court, South Carolina has certain procedures that need to be followed. These procedures are all in accordance with South Carolina laws, encompassing alimony, child custody and visitation, child support, and equitable distribution.

South Carolina divorce laws are put in place for both the Plaintiff and the Defendant to receive a fair divorce. Sometimes, hiring a divorce lawyer or mediator in your area is the best way to ensure that this happens. Or, if you and your spouse are able to cooperate and agree on everything, you can do your own South Carolina divorce online.

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