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  • What to Expect During Divorce Mediation
    What to Expect During Divorce Mediation

    Divorce Mediation Basics Divorce mediation is a problem-solving process that utilizes a neutral third party, called a mediator, to help both parties reach an agreement. Instead of going to court, ...

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  • Reasons to Change Child Custody
    Reasons to Change Child Custody

    If you’re a parent on the road to divorce , you will have to include provisions for child custody in your divorce agreement. As you create a child custody schedule, you may not realize it but whatever ...

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  • What Rights Does an Unwed Father Have in South Carolina?
    What Rights Does an Unwed Father Have in South Carolina?

    These days, it’s common for children to be born to unmarried parents; the stigma that existed 100 years ago is almost completely gone now. Why are so many children being born out of wedlock? For one, ...

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  • Establishing Paternity in Columbia, South Carolina
    Establishing Paternity in Columbia, South Carolina

    When a child is born to married parents, the law automatically assumes that the woman’s husband is the child’s biological and legal father. But when a child is born out of wedlock, the biological ...

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  • FAQs About Child Support in South Carolina
    FAQs About Child Support in South Carolina

    If you are single, divorced , or seeking a divorce and you or your child’s other parent will be paying child support , you’ll want to familiarize yourself with South Carolina’s child support laws, how ...

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  • How to Combat Parental Alienation
    How to Combat Parental Alienation

    After a high-conflict divorce, what is known as parental alienation (PA) may occur, in which one parent turns a child against the other parent. The parent who does the alienating is referred to as the ...

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