Monthly Archives: February 2014

How does SC determine a Spouse’s Income? How does SC Determine Alimony?

In a recent South Carolina case, Burgess v. Burgess, the Court of Appeals case addressed multiple issues, most notably the family court’s award of alimony to the wife based in large measure to the court’s imputing an annual income to … Continue reading

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Is a Spouse’s Business considered Marital Property? What is transmutation?

This issue is discussed in a recent South Carolina Supreme Court case, Pittman v. Pittman. In this case, the South Carolina Supreme Court addressed the issue of whether one spouse’s land surveying business would be considered marital property subject to … Continue reading

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