Some law firms spread their focuses over multiple practice areas such as family law, criminal defense and personal injury. Ayers Family Law, LLC focuses exclusively on divorce cases and family law issues. Our focus in the South Carolina family court has allowed us to devote our attention to our clients and their families during a difficult time in their lives. If you’re contemplating separation, need legal representation for your case or just need to talk to someone about what your options, we’re here to help. Give us a call today to talk about your situation.

An Attorney Who Can Negotiate On Your Behalf

Divorce cases constitute a give and take flow of information, expectations and needs. The job of your lawyer is to help you make sense of the many issues associated with your case and to advise you on the best ways to proceed. Your lawyer also acts as an official representative, signing documents and validating agreements on your behalf to ensure that both parties hold up their end of the bargain when the case is finalized.

Ayers Family Law, LLC offers family law services that enable you to focus on adjusting to your changing circumstances. We like to think that in handling the details of your divorce, you’ll be able to make a more successful transition to your new life.

Ayers Family Law Handles Every Aspect of Your Case

Finances & Property Rights

In many divorce cases, finances are put at the forefront of the discussion – and rightfully so. The uncertainty surrounding divorce cases can leave both spouses in a bitter struggle to have their voices heard when it comes to the allocation of cash, investments and debt.

Who’s entitled to the house? Will my wife get a share of my business when the divorce is finalized? Ayers Family Law will help you answer these questions and negotiate a settlement that is both reasonable and works in your best interests.

Child Custody & Visitation

The impact of divorce can become especially evident when children are involved. Their worlds are likely to change just as significantly as those of the parents. Common issues include questions of who the custodial parent will be, and what the visitation arrangements for the non-custodial parent will look like when the case is finalized. Your family attorney can help you navigate the issue of child custody and visitation and negotiate terms that work best for you and the child.

Child Support & Alimony

Upon determining who receives custodial rights, the court will use a simple formula to determine the child support obligations of the non-custodial parent. This money is to be paid to cover monthly expenses needed to care for the child.

Alimony – or spousal support – is designed to enable one spouse (usually the one with a lesser income or net worth) to continue the lifestyle they are accustomed to when the divorce is finalized. This type of support is not dictated by a formula but is rather left at the discretion of the judge. Factors including the length of the marriage, the financial disparity between the spouses, the employment history and educational background of each spouse, as well as myriad other factors are considered when the judge makes his decision.

Contact a family attorney in Charleston, SC today to get the help you and your family deserve.