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Our In-House Family Law Puzzle Solver

Posted by Jenny R. Stevens | Oct 08, 2019 | 0 Comments

Jonathan has been working with The Stevens Firm for almost five years. He handles mostly complex family law cases these days, including divorce, child custody, finance, property division, and international family law issues. Read more here...

Medical Marijuana’s Impact on Custody Cases

Posted by J. Benjamin Stevens | Feb 07, 2019 | 1 Comment

The laws surrounding this form of medical treatment is clearly still in its infancy and will likely continue to grow and expand as more and more states legalize the use of some forms of marijuana. Due to the prevalent stigma towards the use of marijuana, there is no clear answer yet how a South Carolina family court would treat a custodial parent legally administering medical marijuana to their child, or themselves, for that matter. Find out more here.

5 Myths of Divorce Litigation

Posted by J. Benjamin Stevens | Jan 03, 2019 | 0 Comments

A divorce is not an everyday occurrence for most individuals. Because of this, most of our clients come to us seeking help in a divorce with certain ideas and preconceived notions as to what they expect their divorce to look like. Read more about 5 myths most new clients have about divorce.

4 Tips for a Stress-Free Divorce

Posted by Jenny R. Stevens | Sep 12, 2018 | 0 Comments

Over the years, we've learned a thing or two about what makes a divorce case more or less stressful for our clients. Our top four tips for making your divorce as stress-free as possible are outlined in this article.

Does Cohabitation in South Carolina Terminate My Alimony?

Posted by J. Benjamin Stevens | Sep 04, 2018 | 0 Comments

When two spouses divorce after a lengthy marriage and one spouse has considerably more income than the other spouse, an alimony award of some type is generally given to the lesser-earning spouse at the end of the case. Many want to know if starting a new romantic relationship will end their alimony payments. Read on to learn more:

How Can I Afford My Attorney Fees?

Posted by Jenny R. Stevens | Aug 29, 2018 | 1 Comment

While no one expects to have to pay for divorce in their lifetime, and it's certainly not an expense many enjoy paying, if you find yourself in need of hiring an attorney to represent you, follow the advice above to help manage the financial strain to best of your ability in order to keep your future and your children's future safe and secure.

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