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Self-Help Child Visitation Forms

Summary

You may use these forms if you want to file for visitation with your child or if an action for visitation has been filed against you.

The self-help child visitation forms will ask questions that you must answer in order to complete the form(s). 

  • You will enter all information using the computer.
  • In order to complete the forms, you will need to enter personal information.
  • When you have finished completing the forms, you will be able to print them out.

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Plaintiff Forms

You may use these forms if:

  • Your child lives in South Carolina.
  • You do not already have an order for visitation.


If you are looking for information about visitation for any other reason, please visit LawHelp.org/SC for additional visitation information and/or resources. Note: This program will log you out after 2 hours. Please save your progress as you go.

 

[Click Here If You Want To File For Visitation With Your Child]

 


Defendant Forms

You may use these forms if:

  • You have been served with an action in a South Carolina child visitation case.


If you are looking for information about visitation for any other reason, please visit LawHelp.org/SC for additional visitation information and/or resources. Note: This program will log you out after 2 hours. Please save your progress as you go.

 

[Click Here If An Action For Visitation Has Been Filed Against You]

 

 

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Disclaimer:

These forms are not for commercial use and charging for their use in any way is prohibited. By providing these forms, neither South Carolina Legal Services nor any member of its staff is contracting in any way to provide you with legal advice or representation. If you do not understand how to complete these forms, you need to seek the advice of an attorney.
***Any legal action you take can permanently affect your legal rights***

 
Last Review and Update: Jun 03, 2016