Divorce & Family Law

Brinkley Law Firm's South Carolina divorce and family law attorneys offer sound counsel during challenging times.

Divorce

Unlike other states, South Carolina does not allow for immediate no-fault divorce, meaning that one or both of the parties must have sufficient grounds to file for divorce. Sufficient grounds include adultery, physical cruelty, desertion, habitual dr… Read More
Attorneys: Stephanie M. Brinkley

Military Divorce

Divorce issues differ in every situation, and military families have many additional considerations. Military regulations require former and current service members to support an ex-spouse and children, and these regulations can be different than the… Read More

Collaborative Divorce

When considering options for ending a marriage, individuals are often unaware they have choices. Not every divorce action results in a "scorched earth" campaign. Many spouses choose to engage in alternative dispute resolution as a means to peaceful… Read More
Attorneys: Stephanie M. Brinkley

Child Custody & Visitation

Child custody and visitation issues involve some of the most difficult decisions regarding a divorce. The goal is to create the best possible environment for the child, in fairness to both parents. Brinkley Law Firm, LLC is skilled in matters of cust… Read More
Attorneys: Stephanie M. Brinkley

Child Support & Alimony

Child support and alimony are among the many complex issues surrounding a divorce, with guidelines to follow and many factors involved. The child support formula takes into consideration the income of divorcing spouses, non-covered medical expenses,… Read More
Attorneys: Stephanie M. Brinkley

Prenuptial / Postnuptial Agreements

Some couples choose to enter into an agreement prior to their marriage, with the goal of preemptively resolving a number of issues that may arise as the result of future death or divorce. Prenuptial agreements are commonly used when one or both parti… Read More

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