Archive for May, 2014

Court of Appeals slightly modifies prior published opinion of Teeter v. Teeter

On May 21, 2014 the Court of Appeals slightly modified its prior published opinion in the case of Teeter v. Teeter, 408 S.C. 485, 759 S.E.2d 144 (Ct. App. 2014).  As near as I can tell the only difference is that, rather than simply awarding Husband an additional $31,751.95 in equitable distribution, it remanded the matter back “to […]

Court of Appeals finds adultery by both spouses and changes ground for divorce

N.B., on August 1, 2014 the Court of Appeals refiled its opinion and simply affirmed the family court’s no-fault ground for divorce: Court of Appeals reconsiders its decision and reinstates no fault divorce.  On October 1, 2014, it modified it a second time: Third time’s a charm? In the extremely odd May 14, 2014 opinion of Mick-Skaggs […]

Adult protective services opinion has implications for abuse and neglect cases

The April 30, 2014 South Carolina Supreme Court opinion in the case of In the Interest of Jane Doe, 407 S.C. 623, 757 S.E.2d 711 (2014), provides a rare interpretation of South Carolina’s adult protective services statute and may have implications for South Carolina’s child abuse and neglect statutes. Because the probate court handles the appointment of […]

 

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