Divorce in South Carolina Means Dividing Up
Personal Assets Through Equitable Distribution
South Carolina’s marital property laws, like most states, follow equitable distribution of property. This means that the court will not necessarily divide real and personal property, acquired during the marriage, evenly between the parties involved. Rather, the court takes into account numerous factors when making decisions regarding equitable apportionment of marital property. The Family Court Judge hears the evidence from both spouses and then determines what he or she thinks is a fair and equitable division of marital property.
We have the expertise to fully advocate for you through this process.
Equitable Distribution Requires Fairness
We work to ensure the marital assets and debts are discovered and disclosed so that our clients receive a fair division of property. The team at Chandler and Jennings has helped a number of people in the same kinds of situations. Let us guide you through the process to ensure property is divided in a truly fair manner. You don’t have to go through the divorce process alone.