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Tips for Dealing With Common Child Custody Issues During the Holidays

The “most wonderful time of year” for recently divorced parents can seem like the most stressful time of year. Navigating many family changes, complex custody schedules, and confusing emotions, the holiday season can be downright dreaded for some recent divorcees. While navigating this time of year can feel overwhelming, remember that you are not alone, as many parents have been in your shoes.

Divorce for South Carolina Business Owners

In this article, we’ll discuss how a business can be affected by divorce. If you are in this situation and need a legal advocate on your side, our experienced divorce attorneys at Fender Law Firm can help you. Give us a call at 843-379-4888, or fill out our online form, and we’ll reach back out to you.

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Rights of Unmarried Fathers

There was an interesting, and somewhat concerning, article in the news paper this past weekend about the number of unwed mothers giving birth in the various parts of South Carolina. According to several statistics, upwards of 50% of births in South Carolina are to unmarried parents.

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South Carolina Adoption Tips

The decision to adopt is an important one that will change the lives of all involved forever. It is not a quick or simple process, however, and can take quite a bit of time and patience to complete. While some of the wait simply cannot be avoided, there are a few things to keep in mind that might make the adopt request and resulting proceedings move as smoothly as possibl

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Summertime Strategies for Co-Parents (that can help all year round)

Sharing parenting time can be a challenge even during the more structured school year. Some parents work well together to adapt to scheduling conflict and adjust, while others rely on a strict schedule to keep things running smoothly.

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Some Things to Avoid When Divorcing Later in Life

If you need assistance, or legal advice regarding your divorce over 50, please contact Sun City Divorce Attorney, Addison Fender at the Fender Law Firm.  We handle all types of family law cases, including divorce, custody, visitation, child support, paternity determination, and cases involving the Department of Social Services. 

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Can I Move to Another State with My Child After My Divorce?

Accordingly, in this article, we are going to discuss the hurdles you may face when trying to move with a child after a divorce.  If, after reviewing this article, you have more questions about divorce and child custody issues, we invite you to contact The Fender Law Firm.  We are experienced divorce attorneys in Beaufort, South Carolina, and we can help make the challenges of divorce a little easier.  Schedule a consultation online or call us at 843.379.4888 today.    

What to Do If My Child Refuses Visitation?

Custody and visitation matters can be difficult to navigate. The waters become even murkier when a child refuses to visit the other parent.. 

What should you do if your child doesn’t want to visit you or the other parent? Can a child be forced to visit a parent? We’ll answer those questions and more below. 

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Holiday-Related Custody Issues

After you agree to a custody arrangement, the next step is ensuring that the arrangement is properly enforced. This can be more challenging during certain times of the year when schedules are not as routine as during the school year. One time when custody issues might arise is during the winter holidays.

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HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET A DIVORCE IN SOUTH CAROLINA?

When you decide to end your marriage, you might wish to get the divorce and move on with your life as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, legal cases are rarely quick, and South Carolina has many laws dictating waiting periods and other requirements for a divorce.

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