Charleston, South Carolina Divorce Attorneys
Divorces are often emotionally overwhelming and ultimately impact every area of a person’s life. Decisions need to be made regarding child custody, child support, and the division of all property. Divorces typically include a great deal of emotional and financial upheaval for spouses and children. However, divorce does not always need to be an adversarial, tumultuous and burdensome process.
At CHSA Law, our compassionate and experienced Charleston, South Carolina divorce attorneys treat every client with care and respect, ensuring that their rights are upheld at every point of the divorce process. As skilled negotiators and fierce litigators, our team of divorce attorneys has the experience necessary to advocate for you. Consider contacting our dedicated family law attorneys today at 843-936-6680 to ensure your legal and financial rights remain protected.
How Can We Help?
We take pride in the flexibility of our services, and the individualized attention we provide to each and every client. Divorce is an emotionally, financially, and legally complex matter, and we have prioritized adaptability in our practice to better serve our clients. As a result, we have represented clients across a variety of divorce proceedings, and can provide legal support and representation regarding any of the following issues:
- Uncontested divorce
- Contested divorce
- Division of marital property and assets
- Child custody schedules
- Child support calculations
- Military divorce
- Common law marriages
Our team of experienced South Carolina divorce attorneys has years of experience in family law, allowing us to provide answers to our clients, and ensure they receive the legal representation they deserve. Whether you are considering filing for divorce or are in the midst of the divorce process, unsure of how to negotiate the ideal settlement or navigate a trial proceeding, our experienced and compassionate divorce attorneys can help.
Why Hire A South Carolina Divorce Attorney?
South Carolina maintains a specific set of laws that dictate how divorces are handled in the state. It is necessary to adhere to these laws; otherwise a spouse may face legal penalties that can impact the outcome of divorce. Title 20 of the South Carolina Code of Laws sets forth all the relevant legislation surrounding domestic relations, including grounds for divorce, residency requirements, and property ownership rights. For instance, in South Carolina, divorce may only be granted when one or more of the following grounds are met (South Carolina Code of Laws Section 20-3-10):
- Desertion for a period of one year or more
- Physical cruelty
- Habitual drug or alcohol abuse
- Separate cohabitation for a period of one year or more
If none of these criteria are met, obtaining a divorce in South Carolina is not possible. However, the experienced divorce attorneys at CHSA Law understand how to navigate these complex legal issues. Additionally, divorce proceedings are often emotionally overwhelming. For this reason, involving legal counsel can be beneficial. Divorce attorneys act as neutral and objective negotiators, alleviating the tension that often complicates divorce proceedings.
Navigating Divorce with Compassion
Divorce is an incredibly personal and sensitive issue, and the process of obtaining divorce involves great vulnerability. When hiring legal counsel to represent you in a divorce, you are placing a great deal of trust in them. Consequently, our divorce attorneys have centered our family law practice around a foundation of compassion and trust. We acknowledge the confidence and trust you are placing in us, and we honor that by upholding your needs, goals, and desires at every point of the process.
CHSA Law Can Advocate For You
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At CHSA Law, our experienced South Carolina dog bite attorneys leverage significant knowledge and expertise with dog bite cases to recover damages for our clients. We are passionate advocators and litigators, and we work diligently to ensure that victims of dog bites receive the justice they deserve under the law. If you or a loved one was the victim of a dog bite, you are not alone. We are available at 843-936-6680 to discuss your case and explain your options for legal recourse. Consider calling us today to learn more.