Straight Talk about South Carolina Divorce Law

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The History Press, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 156 pages
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Straight Talk about South Carolina Divorce Law is a clear and detailed guide to how divorce and family law cases are actually handled and resolved in South Carolina. It is a practical and realistic overview of how lawyers, experts and mediators operate, and how Family Court judges decide what happens in divorce, custody and matrimonial cases. Includes: Descriptions—written in layman’s language—of the laws governing divorce; Key points to consider for anyone involved in a matrimonial dispute in South Carolina; Essential information for people getting divorced or those involved in custody, separation or marital litigation.
  

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About the author (2007)

Robert N. Rosen was born and raised in Charleston, south Carolina. He studied at the University of Virginia and at Harvard University, were he received an M.A. in history, as well as at the University of South Carolina Law School. Rosen has practiced law for twenty-six years in Charleston and is listed in The Best Lawyers in America.

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