Statement Re: Meadows Hearing
October 26, 2022 For Immediate Release: Today we filed a memorandum of law outlining the legal reasons why a Certificate …Read More
Can Text Messages Be Used as Proof of Adultery?
Proving adultery as grounds for divorce can be beneficial for the divorce litigant. To succeed, the spouse must have the …Read More
How Does South Carolina’s Unattended Child Law Apply to Custody Cases?
Can I leave my child alone? Should I leave my child alone? Parents with a child custody order may wonder …Read More
Child Custody Laws for Unmarried Parents
Separation and divorce cases can be very complicated. When the parties going through a divorce have children together, a court …Read More
What Is The Child Custody Age Limit?
As of 2017, just under half of all separated families had a legal custody agreement in place. This number has …Read More
SC Code § 40-47-110 – How Does This Legal Code Affect You?
For healthcare professionals who are subject to SC Code § 40-47-110, the law may affect them in many ways. Running …Read More
What Legal Considerations Should be Taken Into Account When Writing a Prescription for Family Members?
South Carolina does not outright prohibit physicians from writing prescriptions for family members. However, if you’re going to prescribe medication …Read More
Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey, LLC Names Attorney Elizabeth McCool as Partner
Bannister, Wyatt & Stalvey’s mission is to serve the needs of our clients through the administration of skilled, professional, and …Read More
What Is a Marital Settlement Agreement?
Most divorces will not end up going to trial. If they do, the hearing will address the issues on which …Read More