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.
Family Law involves family matters and domestic relations, which can include marriage, divorce, abuse, child custody, guardianship, adoptions and a wide range of other circumstances in which it’s great to have legal guidance.
Many people believe that the decision to end their marriage will be the most difficult part of the process. However, they have a legal process ahead of them, and many aspects of your situation can complicate matters, resulting in a longer and more stressful – as well as costlier – divorce case than you might imagine.
Obviously Solicitors and County Attorneys have the authority to prosecute cases at the Magistrate court level, but what about the officer that did the investigation and made the arrest?