Understanding Alimony in South Carolina

Divorce

 

Nobody goes in to a marriage or relationship with the expectation of separation or divorce, but sometimes marriages and relationships end.

Do you understand South Carolina family law as it relates to alimony?

Greenville attorney Kim Varner with the firm of Varner and Segura explains some basic facts about what South Carolina family courts consider when awarding alimony — specifically citing Section 20-3-130 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina.

 

 

If you find yourself in need of professional legal services or require legal representation, contact an attorney like Kim Varner with Varner and Segura. Visit Varner and Segura online at www.VarnerAndSeguraOnline.com or call (864) 271-2232.

NOTE: Nothing above or in the accompanying video is offered as legal advice, and nothing above or in the accompanying video should be construed as a substitute for retained legal advice.

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I’ve Been In A Wreck. What Should I Do?

FenderBender

 

With the rash of recent winter weather, the number of automobile accidents has risen sharply.

If you’re in a wreck, what should you do? If you need medical attention, what should you do?

Jimmy Segura with the firm of Varner and Segura talks about these and other issues. We also want you to stay safe.

 

 

NOTE: Nothing above or in the accompanying video is offered as legal advice, and nothing above or in the accompanying video should be construed as a substitute for retained legal advice. Should you find yourself in need of professional legal services or require legal representation, contact an attorney like Jimmy Segura with Varner and Segura. Visit Varner and Segura on the web at www.VarnerAndSeguraOnline.com or call (864) 271-2232.

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What If I Can’t Get To Work Because Of Icy Roads?

IcyRoadWreck

 

South Carolinians were recently reminded that while we don’t get winter weather often, when it happens, driving becomes difficult.

If someone can’t get to work because of icy roads or dangerous road conditions, could an employer terminate an employee?

Grant Varner with Varner and Segura explains why that could happen in an at-will employment state like South Carolina.

In this video, Grant Varner mentions the need to contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or EEOC if you feel you or someone you know was wrongfully terminated and had your rights violated.

 

 

We want to make sure you have that contact information available, so we included it here
* Web: www.eeoc.gov
* Email: info@eeoc.gov
* Phone: 1-800-669-4000

He offers an additional piece of advice, too. Make sure you watch the video to learn more.

 

NOTE: Nothing above or in the accompanying video is offered as legal advice, and nothing above or in the accompanying video should be construed as a substitute for retained legal advice. Should you find yourself in need of professional legal services or require legal representation, contact an attorney like Grant Varner with Varner and Segura. Visit Varner and Segura on the web at www.VarnerAndSeguraOnline.com or call (864) 271-2232.

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