Straight Talk about South Carolina Divorce Law
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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