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Charleston Family Law Attorney
Charleston, SC divorce attorney Tim Amey understands the divorce process. The decision alone can be difficult enough, but where to go from there can be even more unsettling.
If no current ground for divorce exists but the spouses are separated and no longer living in the same house, the parties may initiate an action for Separate Maintenance and Support.
Alimony and Support
South Carolina family courts can award spousal support or alimony in certain separation and divorce cases.
Child Custody, Visitation and Support
Charleston South Carolina family courts handle issues involving child custody, visitation, child support, and restraining orders regarding the care and well-being of children.
Division of property
North Charleston divorce lawyer Tim Amey knows that there is a lot at stake in in every divorce. On unavoidable question is how property is going to be divided. In SC, the court divides marital property—the assets and debts you jointly acquired and owned during your marriage—equitably when you divorce.