Grounds for Divorce
What are grounds for divorce in South Carolina?
In Conway, SC there are several grounds for divorce. Including, but are not limited to:
Irreconcilable differences are differences that have caused the irreversable breakdown of the marriage. The court determines that efforts at reconciliation have failed and that future attempts at reconciliation would be impracticable and not in the best interests of the parties. Further, that the parties have lived separate and apart for a continuous period in excess of two years prior to the entry of judgment. It is also possible that the parties may stipulate in writing to waive the two year separation requirement and instead choose the six month separation period.
Maintenance is the award of spousal support, which may be permanent or temporary, in an amount to which the court seems just. Maintenance may be awarded regardless of marital misconduct.
These are very brief and incomplete explanations of important legal issues and should be discussed with a legal professional for an in-depth explanation.