Divorce Lawyer

Dividing a 401k in a South Carolina Divorce case

In a South Carolina Divorce case all property acquired during the marriage is subject to equitable division. The South Carolina Equitable Apportionment Act sets forth the requirements a judge must follow when dividing marital assets. The South Carolina Equitable Apportionment Act states that all pr...
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South Carolina Divorce

South Carolina Divorce and the Financial Declaration: What you need to know.

The Financial Declaration is a critical document in all South Carolina divorce cases. Failure to take it seriously could lead to big problems. Rule 20 of the South Carolina Rules of the Family Court set out the requirements for the filing of a Financial Declaration in a South Carolina Divorce case...
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Asset Division in Divorce

Dividing Non Martial Property In Divorce: Can It Be Done?

Marital property is all property acquired by a married couple during their marriage, regardless of how the property is titled. But what about property owned by a person prior to the marriage- will this also be thrown into the mix? Property owned prior to a marriage is generally going to be the separ...
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Asset Division in Divorce

SETTLYD: Raising The Bar In Resolving Family Law Financial Issues

Cloud based Settlyd entered the Family Law Software market 3 months ago and has made its mark by giving Family Law Attorney’s an improved way to efficiently gather, organize and analyze financial issues in all family law matters. As one of the two developers of the Settlyd software application, we...
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South Carolina Family Law Financial Software For The Family Law Laywer

Family Law is one of the most difficult practices areas for attorneys. In addition to high emotions, the financial issues are complex and sometimes difficult to grasp. With the release of Settlyd, Family Law attorney’s in South Carolina now have an improved and efficient way to gather, orga...
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Divorce Rate For People Over 55 Doubles: Many Women Are At Financial Risk

A recent 20 year trend shows that the divorce rate for people between the ages of 55 and 64 has doubled. This new reality has has placed many women who have worked exclusively inside the home during the marriage in serious financial jeopardy.  In 2012 the National Center for Family and Marr...
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