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2018
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Divorce Lawyers Charleston SC | What Happens at a Temporary Hearing?

A Motion for Temporary Relief, commonly called a ‚ÄúTemporary Hearing,” is the first hearing in most cases filed in Family Court. The hearing itself is scheduled in response to a written motion filed by either side. The various clerk’s offices will schedule the date and...
21
JAN
2015
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Charleston Family Court Attorney | Adoption Case Study

Adoptions continue to make news in South Carolina. While you may not have heard of this particular case (being Jennifer Brown v. Baby Girl Harper, a minor under the age of seven, and Holly Lawrence, Appellate Case No. 2014-001746), Baby Girl Harper has recently past her first...
06
JUN
2014

Charleston Family Court Attorney | What Happens at the Final Hearing?

Ed. note: This article presupposes a “final hearing” to be one in which the parties are placing an agreement on the record with the Family Court, and are proceeding with a divorce based on one year’s separation. A “final hearing” may also refer to a...
14
APR
2014

Charleston Family Court Attorney | The Perils of Self-Representation

As a Charleston Family Court attorney, I’ve encountered many potential clients who are either attempting to represent themselves in Family Court or have already finished represented themselves in a Family Court case. Each of these types encounter problems with the...

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