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Divorce is often a stressful and emotional process that can be compounded by a number of difficult decisions. In South Carolina, there are several different legal grounds, or reasons, for divorce:

    At-fault Divorce

  • Adultery
  • Desertion for a period of at least 1 year
  • Physical abuse
  • Habitual drunkenness

    No-fault Divorce

  • Separation from your spouse for at least 1 year
Kimberly Dunham Family Law Attorney

Depending on your unique circumstances, you may not be sure which legal ground applies to your case, or you and your spouse may disagree. An experienced attorney can examine the specific details of your case and help you build a defense to move the process forward as painlessly and quickly as possible.

You will also have to work through several other decisions with your spouse, including who gets custody of any children, how you will divide property, and whether one spouse will support the other with alimony. If unresolved, these important decisions end up being made by the judge. This is why it is critical to have a dedicated attorney fighting for you each step of the way.


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