Perhaps he has a 2,000 mile long penis?[1]

November 30, 2012

A question I am frequently and increasingly being asked by my colleagues is whether modern uses of technology to engage in sexual banter can constitute

Deposing alleged paramours before filing to terminate alimony

September 28, 2012

In South Carolina even adultery that occurs during the marital dissolution litigation period is sufficient to terminate alimony.  Further adultery can be “proven” through circumstantial

Should a parent’s adultery be per se relevant to child custody?

January 31, 2012

I’m no social conservative but, contrary to many South Carolina family law attorneys and judges, I believe that a parent’s adultery is almost automatically relevant

Overnight non-marital romantic companion restraints after Lawrence v. Texas

October 29, 2011

South Carolina family court judges routinely issue restraints against exposing children to a parent’s non-marital romantic companions overnight. When concerned about appearing to be moral

The “best” age(s) for South Carolina husbands to commit adultery

September 27, 2011

One of the many oddities of South Carolina family law is that a husband is typically best off committing adultery when he and his wife

Dan Savage on the virtues of infidelity

July 2, 2011

An interesting piece in tomorrow’s New York Times Sunday Magazine, Married, with Infidelities, highlights my favorite relationship advice columnist, Dan Savage, and his views on

Mexican standoff: South Carolina Family Court version

March 9, 2011

My client, the wife, was caught in flagrant adultery.  Husband filed for divorce and filed a motion for temporary relief seeking custody of the children

What is the burden of proof for adultery divorce in South Carolina?

December 9, 2010

Has anyone else noticed that our South Carolina appellate courts have made a hash out of the burden of proof necessary to obtain a divorce