How to Combat Parental Alienation

Managing relationships with divorced parents can be difficult for children of any age. Children may go through phases where they want to spend more time with one parent over the other. This happens just the same with married parents, and can feel compounded when both parents live in separate households. If your child says they don’t want to see you one weekend when you have visitation, it can hurt - but it’s not Read More

Why Father (and Mothers!) Should Establish Paternity

In South Carolina, if a couple is married at the time their child is born, there is a legal presumption that the husband is the father of the child. If a couple is not married at the time of their child’s birth, there is no legal presumption of paternity. A man could be the father of his own child and in the eyes of the law, he has no relation to them whatsoever. The way to get around this is by establishing Read More