Under South Carolina law, adultery is defined as intercourse between a married person and someone other than that person’s spouse. Commonly, we refer to it as “cheating.” In South Carolina, cheating on your spouse can have some serious financial and legal consequences...
Think you know everything there is to know about divorce in South Carolina? Even if you think you might know it all, the facts below can either serve as a refresher or perhaps even teach you a thing or two you didn’t know about divorce in the Palmetto State. How long...
Congratulations! You have just completed the Bar exam, now what? Find out what 5 pieces of advice Sodoma Law attorneys had to offer new attorneys.
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Principal and Family Law Attorney Penelope Hefner joined Fox 46 Charlotte for a #YourLegalBrief segment on back to school co-parenting tips for divorced couples. She discusses scenarios divorced couples may want to consider as they prepare for their...
Patra Sinner, attorney at Sodoma Law York, has recently been approved to serves as a mediator, and begin mediation practice for South Carolina. Continue Reading Sodoma Law York Announces Mediation Practice
Bustle recently posted a blog after interviewing divorce attorneys on 11 signs to spot a toxic partner in relationships.Read what Patra Sinner had to say. Continue Reading 11 Signs to Spotting a Toxic Partner
It’s a tale as old as time…you meet someone, you date, you fall in love and eventually you get married. One thing you don’t hear about in that fairy-tale scenario is the possibly-awkward conversation about prenuptial agreements. Continue Reading Getting Married? What Happens When Your Fiancé Yells “We Need A Pre-nup”?
With the release of schools in South Carolina, and temperatures on the rise, many parents may experience the same feelings of panic. It’s hard enough to schedule vacations when you live in a two-parent home, but what happens when you have to coordinate an entire summer with a shared custody schedule? Continue Reading Don’t Let Co-Parenting Pitfalls Give You the Summertime Blues
So, the question remained, who gets to walk the dog now that we are facing a divorce? Who knew that pet custody could become such an issue in divorce. Continue Reading Who Walks The Dog Now? Pet Custody Issues In Divorce
Mediation is the most commonly used dispute resolution option, but can mediation resolve your conflict? Mediator and Family Law Attorney, Patra Sinner, shares what a successful case may look like if you choose to use mediation to resolve your conflict. Continue Reading Can Mediation RESOLVE Your Conflict?