Deciding to end a marriage brings additional stress to a family that may already be at the breaking point. If you’re contemplating getting divorced, you’re likely thinking – and worrying – about the effect on you and your family. You’re worried about your money. You’re worried about your house. You’re worried about your property and your assets. But, most of all, you’re worried about your relationships with your children.
How can you make decisions that will protect you and your family?
When you end a marriage, you must make difficult decisions. You need a family lawyer to guide you through the process. You need someone who can listen to your concerns, advocate for your rights, and navigate a high-conflict divorce with finesse.
At Harrison White, P.C., our South Carolina family law attorneys regularly resolve contentious divorce cases. We know what’s at stake. We know that you are likely facing the most important legal battle of your life. That’s why we offer each family law client the legal advice they need and our compassionate support.
We guide our clients through divorce and other family law matters as painlessly as we can.
Your relationship with your ex-spouse is likely to be an ongoing one, especially if you have young children. That’s why we strive to preserve family relationships and protect children from the trauma of divorce. A peaceful resolution that accomplishes our client’s goals is our aim.
But we also understand that one or both spouses may bring years of anxiety and anger to the legal end of a marriage. That’s when our experience as trial lawyers comes into play. With over fifty years of combined courtroom experience, our trial team knows how to effectively handle any adversary in court. We know how to litigate hotly contested battles over child custody concerns and property divisions, and we know what it takes to reach favorable resolutions for our clients.
Our attorneys represent clients in all aspects of family law.
Our family law attorneys help clients with:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Property division
- Paternity determinations
- Department of Social Services matters
- Restraining orders
- Orders of protection
- Modification of existing orders
- Domestic violence concerns
We don’t view our relationships with our family law clients as one-time concerns. We continue to be available to these clients, and we help them revisit issues if an order needs to be modified.