Many people in the Fort Mill area of South Carolina think the idea of proper estate planning is a morbid and uncomfortable subject. It is a sentiment shared by many, not just in our area but all over the country …

For South Carolina residents in the Rock Hill and Fort Mill area that are facing the possibility of a divorce, there can be a lot of questions and uncertainties to face. Among the many aspects regarding a divorce, selecting the …

It can be a tough to think about and plan for, but it is always a good idea to have a plan in place for your estate in the event that you become incapacitated. There are many things to contemplate …

Filing for a divorce and the time leading up to it can be a very confusing and upsetting time in your life. There are so many terms, feelings and court proceedings. There are answers out there if you do a …

Legal terms can be confusing, especially during the time of divorce. With all the emotions that are involved, it can be nice to have clear definitions of each term. Here are a few of the most common, and how South …

When it comes to divorce and separations, the lines can get blurred. There are definitions for both terms, and is important to know these legal terms. So what exactly is an Action for Separate Support and Maintenance and how is …

There are many stages to a divorce. Within each stage, different items must be reviewed that will help both parties come to an agreement on child custody, support, property division and more. The biggest stage to prepare for is the …

Divorce law is not the same throughout the United States. While a divorce may have the same definition throughout each state, the terms, specifics and even filing procedures are different for each state. South Carolina is no different and has …

One of the top items that are often overlooked after a divorce are wills and estate planning documents. Sometimes, your estate planning may come up during the divorce, but is rarely revisited after a marriage ends. This is often due …

Adultery cannot only damage a relationship, but it is also considered a crime in some states and cities. In South Carolina, adultery can be considered not only immoral, but also criminal. South Carolina law does state that someone can be …