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You might know better know South Carolina attorney Ben Stevens by his moniker and eponymous blog, The Mac Lawyer, where he blogs about using Macs in the practice of law. What started out as a hobby has earned him national renown as a legal technology expert. His first blog, though, was The SC Family Law Blog, and he still maintains both.
According to a recent article appearing on Yahoo.com, people emerging from a divorce may not find much like in the dating department immediately thereafter. Though for some who had to go years without any new romance this is not only normal, it’s also healthier than a rebound relationship. New York...
One recent article on Yahoo.com, discussed the issues women face even in the modern age. Though women’s place in the world has risen dramatically, there are still instances where problems persist. One example of a semantic issue that nonetheless speaks to a woman’s role in the world involves the...
According to a recent article in the Charlotte Observer, an important change could soon have an unexpected impact relating to child support debts. The change has come about as an attempt to reduce money spent by the federal government in mailing out paper checks. The Treasury Department has decided...
The South Carolina Supreme Court issued an opinion (in a 3-2 decision) yesterday in McLeod v. Starnes that the Family Court may once again order non-custodial parents to help pay for their children’s college expenses. This case overturns the Court’s...
The South Carolina Supreme Court issued an opinion (in a 3-2 decision) yesterday in McLeod v. Starnes that the Family Court may once again order non-custodial parents to help pay for their children's college expenses. This case overturns the Court's previous decision...