One of my favorite arguments before the family court and the appellate courts is that fault is not a consideration in attorney’s fees. I support this argument on two primary authorities: First, in E.D.M. v. T.A.M., 307 S.C. 471, 476-77, 415 S.E.2d 812, 816 (1992), the Supreme Court held “In determining whether an attorney’s fee should be awarded, the following factors should be considered: (1) the party’s ability to pay his/her own attorney’s fee; (2) beneficial results obtai… Read More
Outstanding post however I was wondering if you could write a litte more on this topic? I'd be very thankful if you could elaborat...
Cialis online on 03/26/2018
These are very helpful comments. I am starting a similar newsletter in WV for my clients and potential clients. Getting the clien...
John B on 03/02/2017
I am well aware of this conundrum. That's why I called it "When you absolutely cannot or will not hire a lawyer (for your divorce)...
J Burton Hunter III on 12/28/2016
I agree! Unbundled would be a great help to people like me. I tried to get lawyers to assist me with specific parts of the process...
Nanette Stevens on 12/27/2016
I haven't followed this thread for awhile. By far the best option is an experienced lawyer who cares about you and your family. Se...
J Burton Hunter III on 12/27/2016
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