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  • Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I'm Unemployed in South Carolina?
    Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I'm Unemployed in South Carolina?

    In South Carolina, noncustodial parents have to pay child support until their children turn 18 and have finished high school, or until the end of the school year that their children have their 19th ...

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  • Rights of Unwed Fathers in South Carolina
    Rights of Unwed Fathers in South Carolina

    Do Unmarried Fathers Have Rights in South Carolina? Until paternity is legally established, the unwed father has zero rights toward his child. This may come as a surprise to unmarried parents in South ...

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  • Is Legal Separation Right for Me?
    Is Legal Separation Right for Me?

    If you are torn between the decision of moving forward with a divorce or opting for a legal separation , you are certainly not the only one. To make the best decision for your circumstances, it is ...

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  • Relocation in South Carolina: How Does It Work?
    Relocation in South Carolina: How Does It Work?

    Looking to relocate with a child? Proposing a relocation in court is a lengthy process, and may or may not result in approval. We've laid out all the details of relocation in South Carolina, so you ...

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  • Guide to Preparing an Affidavit
    Guide to Preparing an Affidavit

    An affidavit is a written statement, which has been notarized. In court cases, witness statements in the form of affidavits can greatly support claims. If you have been asked to provide an affidavit, ...

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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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