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Talk With a Greenville, South Carolina, Divorce Lawyer

More than a social and emotional relationship, marriage is a legal relationship. So, when a marriage ends, there are many legal issues that must be resolved. These legal issues are serious and should never be taken lightly. When you need help, turn to a well-qualified family law attorney. Turn to the Armstrong Law Firm in Greenville, South Carolina.

What Legal Issues Are Involved in South Carolina Divorce?

Many people feel confused and overwhelmed by the issues involved in their divorces. We can help you make sense of South Carolina divorce law, guiding you through all the decisions you'll have to make:

  • Child custody and visitation: South Carolina courts look at the best interests of the child when determining child custody and visitation.
  • Child support: In South Carolina, the child support guidelines use an Income-Shares model to determine how much support is owed.
  • Alimony: Alimony, often called "spousal support," can be awarded on a temporary or permanent basis, depending on the factors in your unique situation.
  • Property division: South Carolina is an "equitable distribution" state. Dividing property equitably doesn't always mean 50/50, but in a way that is fair.

At the Armstrong Law Firm, we use over 40 years of experience to help our clients get the best possible results in divorce proceedings. Experience has taught us to anticipate many of the difficulties that can arise during this stressful time. We can work with you to help you discover new ways to cope with those difficulties.

Divorce Questions? Contact the Armstrong Law Firm

Divorce matters should not be taken lightly. The legal issues that must be resolved during a divorce often affect people for the rest of their lives. When you are facing a divorce, seek quality legal help to get through this most difficult time. Call the Armstrong Law Firm at 864-241-0633 or simply complete our online intake form.

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