One of the hardest parts of a divorce is determining custody and visitation. In most cases, parents cannot come to terms with one parent having full custody, or cannot agree to terms on splitting custody. When the parents cannot reach …

The typical divorce process begins when the party seeking the divorce files legal papers formally with the courts. These legal documents are typically called a “complaint”. The Complaint states to the courts that they would like to initiate the divorce …

When going through a divorce, one of the items that may come up is Spousal Support. Spousal support is also known as “alimony”. In some cases, alimony or spousal support may not be awarded, however there are many questions around …

Throughout the divorce process, your divorce lawyer will represent you and your best interests. In the court room and through all legal proceedings, you can trust that your divorce lawyer will properly advise you. At Harden Law, we are professional …

Family courts decide all issues regarding a divorce. From custody issues to support, alimony and even property, South Carolina family courts handle all marital litigation. Support South Carolina family courts will decide the amount of child support or spousal support …

There is a difference between marital and non-marital property. As family law attorneys in Fort Mill, South Carolina, Harden Law has experience in many divorce cases where marital property must be divided. Here is some basic information on the difference …

Child support and child custody can be a very sensitive topic in a divorce. In some cases, the spouses both want control which can lead to a difficult legal battle. All concerns over child support and child custody should uphold …

A divorce can be a very difficult time for all parties involved. One question we sometimes hear is “What if my spouse does not want a divorce?” In many cases, the decision to divorce may not be mutual. The simple …