Common Questions To Divorce Litigation

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The subject of divorce is used as a backdrop in music, literature, and pop culture. For those families affected by it, though, divorce is rarely something to sing about.

When a couple gets divorced, it doesn’t simply mean they sever ties and go their separate ways. It’s generally more complicated than that and can involve litigation to work out a number of details.

Greenville attorney Kim Varner with the firm of Varner and Segura is frequently asked questions about divorce in South Carolina.

He works to answer some of those questions here with subjects ranging from child support to education to tax deductions to dating before a divorce is final.

 

 

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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Discovery. How Each Side Knows What The Other Can Argue.

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When an attorney talks about “discovery,” what does that mean?

It depends on the kind of case you’re talking about.

In a criminal case, a defense attorney will file a motion to obtain copies of all evidence the state will use against a defendant.

In a civil case, the range of materials collected is much broader – whether you’re the plaintiff or defendant.

Attorney Grant Varner with the Greenville, South Carolina firm of Varner and Segura explains discovery and discoverable materials in more detail and why they are important in a trial, mediation, or arbitration situation.

 

 

If 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 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.


PHOTO CREDIT: Ian Lamont / Distributed Under Creative Commons.

 

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Are There Alternatives To Jury Trial?

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When you’re charged with a crime, you have the right to be judged by a jury of your peers.

That’s not the only way for a case to be heard, though.

There are a number of alternatives that may include never seeing the inside of a courtroom. What are they, and are they right for your particular case?

Greenville attorney Kim Varner with the firm of Varner and Segura talks about some of these alternatives to a jury trial in 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.


PHOTO CREDIT: Phil Roeder / Distributed Under Creative Commons 

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