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Can assignee of mortgage and note recover surplus foreclosure funds?

“The S.C. Supreme Court held that the assignee of a note and mortgage may recover the surplus funds generated by the foreclosure of a prior mortgage even if it was not a lienholder of record at the time of the … Continue reading

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Should anyone have pay alimony for life?

Do you think anyone should have to pay alimony for life even when their financial situation changes? A new law looks at that idea.

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S.C. legislator proposes shortening time for divorce

Do you think there should be a waiting period for getting a divorce?  If so, how long should it be?  Currently South Carolina requires a 1 year separation period for a no-fault divorce.  South Carolina lawmakers are considering shortening that … Continue reading

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New changes to Joint Custody in SC

In the latest headlines, “SC Senators Consider Bill to Increase Joint Custody After Divorces”.  This could make for a significant change in how judges decides joint custody issues.  Read more about it here and tell me what you think.  Could … Continue reading

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Should reaching retirement age terminate the obligation to pay alimony?

According to the recent South Carolina Court of Appeals case, June T. Fuller v. James T. Fuller, filed January 25, 2012, the court overruled a Greenville County Family Judge’s decision to terminate the alimony payments of a 67 year old … Continue reading

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When is Custody Established? Rights and Duties of Parents

A lot of people wonder who has custody when a child is born and what are the rights of the mother and father, particularly if they are not married or living together.  Many times Fathers want to know their rights … Continue reading

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