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CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION

South Carolina family law

CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION

Child Custody And Visitation In South Carolina
During or after legal separation or divorce, if there are children involved, it’s very important that you establish the best child custody agreement for your family. We want your children to thrive and we work diligently towards a peaceful agreement as quickly as possible, with your children in mind. Having the assistance of an experienced family law attorney can make a huge difference for your family and your child’s well-being.

South Carolina Custody Lawyers
The experienced child support attorney at Victoria Law Firm strives to be the best family law attorney in South Carolina and will pursue fair child custody and visitation arrangements with your child’s best interests in mind. Family Law clients in the state of South Carolina, if you are seeking legal separation or divorce and have children, our family law attorney will help you understand your options pertaining to your minor children and custodial vs non-custodial issues, modify existing custody orders, and answer your child custody or visitation questions.

Free Consultation About South Carolina Family Law Custody
Parents in the Spartanburg, Greenville, and Anderson, South Carolina areas should call us today for a free child custody case evaluation from our qualified family law attorney. Working in strict confidentiality, we will discuss your concerns and questions about child custody and visitation in South Carolina family law.

What You Should Know About South Carolina Family Law Child Custody And Visitation
In South Carolina, there are two basic types of legal custody: sole custody and joint custody. No one factor alone will solely determine the custody of a child. In South Carolina family court, the judge considers the “best interests” of the child(ren) with the assistance of a court-appointed Guardian ad Litem (GAL) before making a custody determination.

Factors a court may consider in determining the best interests of the child include:
The relative fitness of each parent
The primary caretaker of the child
The amount of time a parent is able to spend with the child
Work schedules for both parents
Education and parenting skills of each parent
Child care and/or family support available to each parent
Each parent’s conduct (immoral or illegal)
Resources and attributes of each parent

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