If you and your spouse have started to talk about parting ways—even if the word “divorce” hasn’t been mentioned yet—this could bring a series of difficult conversations and emotional reactions that make rational decision-making even more challenging.
During what could be a time of reconciliation or couple’s therapy, it is natural to consider the possibility of what it would look like if the marriage were to end in separation or divorce. This time certainly isn’t easy for anyone, but it may come as some comfort that the process can be handled with compassion, thoughtfulness, and reasonable discussions leading to a resolution.
Taking steps toward open communications includes asking questions. Some of your questions will likely include what kinds of options might be available if you do decide to divorce in North Charleston, South Carolina.
You may have questions about whether it is the right time for you to begin the divorce process. If so, you need to know whether to file your divorce in the family court in one of the three counties where North Charleston lies, including Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester, or perhaps elsewhere in South Carolina.
In my South Carolina Divorce Guide, you’ll find many of the answers you need.
Every person struggling through these types of questions is unique. If you have other questions besides these listed here, please don’t hesitate to contact me or schedule a consultation. Discussing your individual situation with an experienced South Carolina family law attorney will give you answers that aren’t available via a website.
You can trust that I will help you find answers to these and other family law questions. I believe in helping you protect yourself, your family, and your future. Call me today to speak about your future, and to talk about having your questions answered. You can start building a better future for your family, today.