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Blog Posts in September, 2014

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  • Ex-Wife of South Carolina Rep. Mark Sanford Seeks To Limit Child Visitation
    Ex-Wife of South Carolina Rep. Mark Sanford Seeks To Limit Child Visitation

    The breakdown of the marriage of former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford made headlines across the nation at the time. The episode also illustrates how family law disputes don't always end with ...

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  • Determining Child Custody in Columbia
    Determining Child Custody in Columbia

    Determining child custody is a difficult process, as conflicting interests often come into play. These can affect negotiation proceedings, making matters even more difficult. To help simplify this ...

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  • New Report Says 100 Students a Year are Killed in School Danger Zones
    New Report Says 100 Students a Year are Killed in School Danger Zones

    The new school year has brought new academic and financial challenges to students and parents. However, they often give little thought to the safety aspects of the trip to school and back. A new ...

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  • Eleven Lower Richland High School Students Are Arrested for Planning an Alleged Fight
    Eleven Lower Richland High School Students Are Arrested for Planning an Alleged Fight

    Behavioral issues in schools are often dealt with internally but on occasions the criminal law is brought in. This was the case at Lower Richland High School according to the Richland County Sheriff's ...

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  • Common Questions on Divorce
    Common Questions on Divorce

    The divorce process is often stressful and confusing. If you are considering a divorce in Columbia, or would like more information on the matter, consider these frequently asked questions: What are ...

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  • Grandparents Win New Visitation Rights in South Carolina
    Grandparents Win New Visitation Rights in South Carolina

    Grandparents have been battling for improved visitation rights to see their grandchildren in South Carolina for many years. They finally have them after a new law was signed this summer. State ...

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