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