South Carolina Divorce Laws & Resources
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UPDATED: Feb 26, 2020
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If you are interested in finding out more about divorce in South Carolina, the information, links, and resources below will point you towards some additional avenues for your own research. Of course, the list is not meant to be all-inclusive. You might also be interested in researching the South Carolina Code on your own, or decide to simply consult with a South Carolina attorney specializing in divorce law.
South Carolina Divorce Resources:
South Carolina Judicial Department: Self-Represented Divorce: This website contains information for self-represented litigants in South Carolina divorce cases. It also provides links to many types of forms that both parties may use in court, including summons for divorce, acceptance of service, final orders of divorce, and more.
Domestic Violence: This excellent resource includes names and phone numbers for anti-domestic violence assistance programs for every county in South Carolina, along with links to statewide services.
South Carolina Child Support Enforcement: This website, operated by the South Carolina Department of Social Services, contains direct links to payment calculations used to determine child support. It also has a set of interactive worksheets you can work with directly on the site, and some downloadable packets for divorcing parties and divorcing parents. Of course an attorney well-versed in South Carolina divorce law can also help explain these calculations to you.
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