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Greenville Family Law: Robert A. Clark Attorney
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Greenville, SC, couples wanting to end their marriage have two options: divorce or annulment. The best way to make the right decision is to consult a Greenville divorce attorney. For those who are not yet ready to take the step, some general information…
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Child custody and visitation rights cases are never easy in Greenville, SC. Many include long and painful battles. Besides the parents and their children, the grandparents suffer as well. They love their grandchildren and they also want to remain close to…
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Besides traditional marriage, the law acknowledges common law marriage in SC. It is a legal form of union that eliminated the need for licensing and ceremonies. SC Code § 20-1-30 is one of the law sections regulating common law marriage. According to this…
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A Greenville, SC, child custody case is never easy. Parents fighting for child custody in court face a long and challenging battle. They need excellent knowledge of SC child custody laws and time and energy to follow formalities. They also need to prove…
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South Carolina Custody Laws Dealing with a divorce can be messy especially when there are children involved. You want to do what is best. Some parents let their child decide who to stay with during the divorce. There are South Carolina custody laws that…
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Equitable Distribution Laws in South Carolina When you go through a divorce in South Carolina, it is important to understand some of the equitable distribution laws in South Carolina. These will help you to better understand how your property will be…
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The laws in Grenville, South Carolina are pretty strict when it comes to children’s exposure to drugs, including drug use and drug paraphernalia. Drug use by any parent, whether the couple was married or not, is grounds for parental unfitness.  If you…
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Adultery has always been on to the top reasons for divorce, but it seems increasingly difficult to prove adultery in court. How can you establish adultery in a divorce case in Greenville, SC? Perhaps you’ve seen some text messages or have heard rumors…
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One possible misconception about divorcing your spouse in South Carolina is that you will need their consent in order to do so. We have all seen shows or movies where a divorce is held up when one half of the couple refuses to cooperate. In Greenville,…
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If you are granted sole or joint custody of your child in Greenville, South Carolina, you may be wondering whether it is feasible to modify existing custody and child visitation arrangements in light of your family’s changing and present circumstances. In…
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