LawHelp.org/SC

Visitation

Legal Information

  • Custody and Support Issues PDF

    All that you need to know abuot Custody Information, but you were afraid to ask. Content Detail

    By:
    South Carolina Legal Services - Columbia
  • Temporary Hearing (Video)

    Read More

    By:
    South Carolina Legal Services- Charleston
  • What Law Says on Visitation Rights after Divorce or Separation

    Lawline FAQ: Most parents agree on when and where a non-custodial parent will visit their children. Many parents choose to characterize the non-custodial parent's time with the child as "reasonable visitation" and to work out flexible visitation schedules among themselves. Content Detail

    By:
    South Carolina Bar Association
  • What Law Says on Custody of Minor Children Resulting from Divorce or Separation

    Lawline FAQ: When divorcing or separating parents cannot agree on which parent should have custody of their children, the Family Court must decide. Neither parent automatically has a superior legal right to custody. One parent does not have to show the other unfit in order to obtain custody. The Court will consider the children's best interests in deciding custody and the judge will consider several factors including: the children's relationship with each other and with their parents; the children's adjustment to home, school, and community; the mental and physical health of all children and their parents; and, in certain circumstances, the wishes of the child or children. Content Detail

    By:
    South Carolina Bar Association
  • Marriage and Divorce Brochure

    PDF document (may load slowly). Content Detail

    By:
    South Carolina Appleseed Legal Justice Center
  • Pro Se Clinics - Columbia

    Read More

    By:
    South Carolina Legal Services - Columbia