Division of Property

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The division of property, assets and debt is also a key issue that must be decided in a divorce. In South Carolina, all property held between the spouses during the marriage is to be divided equitably. There is no standardized way of doing this, and equitably does not necessarily mean 50-50. Our lawyers understand key strategies in dividing property in an equitable manner and will ensure that you are provided all that you are entitled to.

Family Law Practice Areas

Divorce

Divorce

At Parsons, Ouverson, Stark, Guest & Sandefur, PA, our attorneys provide experienced and compassionate divorce representation.

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Child Custody

Child Custody

Our attorneys are experienced in custody and family law proceedings and can provide creative solutions that allow both parents to continue cultivating healthy relationships with their children.

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Child Support

Alimony and Child Support

We can provide skilled representation through alimony and child support negotiations to ensure that your interests are protected and your children enjoy the support and lifestyle they are used to.

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Division of Properrty

Division of Property

At Parsons, Ouverson, Stark, Guest & Sandefur, PA, our attorneys provide experienced and compassionate divorce representation.

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Name Change

Name Change

At Parsons, Ouverson, Stark, Guest & Sandefur, PA, we have experience representing clients seeking a name change.

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Adoptions

Adoptions

Our firm has the experience and knowledge you need when handling the legalities of seeking an adoption.

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Common Law Marriage

Common-Law Marriage

South Carolina is one of the few states that still recognizes a common-law marriage. We have experience in representing clients when legal problems arise in common-law marriages.

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