Monday, May 18, 2009

Grounds for Divorce in South Carolina

There are 5 grounds for divorce in South Carolina. Those are

1) Adultery
2) One Year Separation
3) Abandonment
4) Physical Cruelty
5) Habitutal Drunkeness

5 comments:

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  2. What about the usual "irreconcilable differences"? That's not ground for divorce here?

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  3. Yeah, what if you just cannot resolve issues anymore? What if the grounds are not included here? What are the other options?

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  4. Most of us don't want to face situation of divorce ever but situation lead us to the road and we cant do any thing. If we want divorce then we make sure that we are following the terms and condition required. If you don't have idea about these rules contact an expert divorce attorney and get solution of your query.

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