If you are considering a divorce, you have come to the right place for help.
You have invested your heart, soul, and life into your marriage. You expected it to last for your lifetime.
Now, you realize your marriage is not going to work. Perhaps, your spouse told you that he or she doesn’t love you anymore and wants a divorce. Or, maybe, you have reached the same conclusion independently.
Everything is on the line – your children, your house, your money, your business, and your future. You are facing the prospect of losing everything.
This may be the most stressful time in your life. You do not know where to turn. Your life and future may seem to be drifting off to sea without direction or purpose.
You need the personalized attention of an experienced Charleston divorce attorney.
You probably have many questions about the South Carolina divorce process, the costs of a divorce, and whether now is the right time for you to file for divorce. You may also need to know about child custody, child support, alimony, and the division of marital property and debts in a South Carolina divorce. You may be asking: what are some of the common mistakes that people make in divorce and how you can avoid them? And, you are wondering how to choose a Charleston divorce lawyer.
By clicking on one or more of those links, you will find preliminary answers to many of your initial Charleston divorce, child custody, and alimony questions. You can also learn more about my legal experience, qualifications, and background.
However, you shouldn’t stop there. Don’t make the mistake of trying to do your divorce alone. You need more information and guidance than you will find on this or any other Charleston divorce attorney website.
I’m here to help you – to listen and give you the family law answers you need. As your Charleston divorce lawyer, you will be able to count on me to defend your rights, protect your family, and help you build a better future.
Please call me now at 843-800-2928. Working together, we will help you create a better life for you and your family after divorce.
Recommendations for Additional Reading
The South Carolina Child Custody Law
SC Divorce Guide: How To Avoid Common Mistakes In a Charleston Divorce