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…

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…
Attorneys: Maggie M. Ramsey

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…

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…

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,…

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…
Attorneys: Maggie M. Ramsey

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