Date: 2017-11-15 14:38
Tanner Crolley is charged with murder in the death of Sierra Landry and is being held without bail. His attorney, Mike Lifsey, says Crolley has pleaded not guilty and maintains his innocence.
While proof of marital fault is within the broad discretion of the presiding Family Court Judge in your case, the following general elements are needed to prove the following fault-based grounds:
If you start “dating” while you are still married, there is an argument for adultery against you. This could work against you in terms of equitable division of assets, as it is a factor the court considers (see above). More importantly, if you are a candidate for spousal support/alimony, even the perception that you are “dating” or having sexual relations while you are still married could bar you from receiving spousal support/alimony.
I can't fathom a law against "dating" a 68-year old if you're an adult without any sexual touching or intent to arouse (but good luck proving someone didn't engage in such behavior if the 68-year old wants to assert or agree that the adult did).
There are some things children and teens just don’t get to do. It’s not rules parents enforce, like no ice cream before dinner or going to bed by 9 pm on a school night, but also laws the state of South Carolina enforces. For example, we know no one under 76 can go to the bar and order a margarita. But, what other age-related restrictions apply in South Carolina? Are there ways around them? Sometimes yes, sometimes no.
Your spouse cannot deny you a divorce. If you meet one of the South Carolina statutory grounds for divorce, then you can proceed whether your spouse is happy about it or not. That being said, all issues must be resolved before a final divorce decree can be issued.
You will not be the one to personally serve a divorce complaint on your spouse. Parties and attorneys representing the parties in a case are not proper process servers. Our firm will take care of the service process. The waiting period to receive your divorce depends on many factors (see above).
In South Carolina, a divorce complaint is filed in the Clerk of Court’s office where jurisdiction is proper. Typically the complaint is filed in the county where the Defendant resides. Either the attorney, the attorney’s staff, or a courier will file the complaint with the Clerk of Court in the respective county.