Family court actions can be trying, both legally and emotionally, and it often difficult to know where to begin. The firm has many years of experience with all types of family law cases including divorce, child custody and support, alimony, and separate maintenance. Our attorneys can advise you of your options and help to guide you through the system.
South Carolina law allows parties to divorce based on fault-based and no-fault grounds. Whether to file for divorce on fault or no-fault grounds is a complex question that can affect other aspects of your case. Once the prerequisites are met, the family court will address issues such as custody, support, alimony, and division of property. Drawing on years of experience with divorce matters, our attorneys will handle the process from start to finish while offering straightforward advice at each turn.
Even if you do not have grounds for divorce, courts may issue orders for separate maintenance. These orders address issues such as custody and alimony, while allowing the parties to live apart. The attorneys at the Anthony Law Firm will discuss with you the various factors and work to obtain a resolution that provides certainty and security.
When parents separate, questions of custody and child support must be addressed. Our attorneys have experience with parental rights cases and can help to advise and guide you through the process. We will work to provide for the best interests of your child and to address the related financial issues.