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We must remember 9/11

It’s hard to believe that the attacks on September 11 that killed nearly 3,000 people and injured over 25,000 were 19 years ago.  For some of us, like me, it seems like yesterday. I remember exactly where I was on… Read Full Article »

Do mothers have the upper hand in custody decisions?

When the parties in a divorce action have one or more minor children, custody and visitation can quickly become a contested issue.  With the abolishment of the Tender Years Doctrine in 1994, the preference for awarding custody to the mother… Read Full Article »

Six Tips for Surviving Valentine’s Weekend

The days surrounding Valentine’s Day may be difficult for anyone separated from his or her spouse or those who are actually in litigation in the Family Court.  It is common to feel nostalgic, sad, lonely or even depressed.  So, if you are feeling this… Read Full Article »

Coping with anxiety and depression during your family court case: words of encouragement

If you are living through a Family Court case right now, you know how stressful it can be. Maybe you are going through a divorce. It is difficult to see a marriage reduced to the dollars and cents based on… Read Full Article »

Ben Harrison and John White Again Recognized by The Best Lawyers in America©

Founding Attorneys Selected by Peers for Ten Consecutive Years Spartanburg, S.C. — Harrison White, P.C. is pleased to announce that partners Ben C. Harrison and John B. White Jr. were again recognized in the 25th edition of The Best Lawyers… Read Full Article »

In our client’s own words: I wouldn’t go to any other attorney in the Upstate.

“Allison Dunham has served as my attorney since 2012, and I wouldn’t go to any other attorney in the Upstate. Allison is exceptionally responsive, and I appreciate that she always answers questions personally, thoroughly and gives her clients the pros… Read Full Article »