Child Support In South Carolina, Child Support is generally calculated using the South Carolina Child Support Guidelines. These guidelines take into consideration the gross income of both parents, other children in the home of each parent, other child support paid or received by parents, work related daycare, health insurance, tax credit for daycare expenses, extraordinary […]
Step parent adoption
Step parent adoption This is not a call to initiate a war to pry a child from a participating parent in their life. Consider Brad Paisley’s song. Really, take a moment and listen.He didn’t have to be. This is a call to consider the child that may be in your household who considers you “Mom” […]
You need a will
Wills / Estate Planning Question: “Do I really need a will?” “Yes,” replies the lawyer. “Yes,” replies your spouse who will jointly own your property with your infant or teenage child if you do not have a will. “Yes,” replies your child from a previous marriage or relationship that is left in precarious position with […]
Hire a lawyer
Hire a lawyer. If you handle your legal matter without the assistance of a lawyer you may suffer costly irreversible mistakes. The internet and legal forms software provide individuals the ammunition destroy their legal position. A few examples: simple mistakes regarding endorsements of wills and contracts; failure to address major issues in divorce cases; failure […]
Criminal Defense Lawyer- South Carolina
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Family Court Lawyer
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Wisely Choose you should, Family Court Battles.
Wisely Choose you should, Family Court Battles. “The good fighters of old first put themselves beyond the possibility of defeat, and then waited for an opportunity of defeating the enemy.” Sun Tzu, Art of War. Family Court cases (divorce, equitable division, child custody, or visitation) have no shortage of battles. Picking fights that you cannot […]
Pay Child Support? Moved? Then Change your address with the Clerk of Court.
Pay Child Support? Moved? Then Change your address with the Clerk of Court. Question: “I pay child support, do I have to inform the Clerk of Court I moved?” If you pay child support in South Carolina, the answer is “Yes.” People frequently move. Can the Clerk use the change of address information to find […]