You willing to go to jail over that?

April 14, 2022

It amazes me how unseriously many folks subject to South Carolina child custody orders take the requirement of those orders. Per S.C. Code Ann. §

South Carolina child custody restraining orders I really hate

August 26, 2017

By the same process that causes attorneys’ boilerplate to grow over time–they borrow “good” ideas from other attorneys but never weed out redundant or obsolete

Using the court’s contempt powers to stop visitation interference

April 22, 2015

There are some custodial parents who are unreasonably resistant to the other parent’s relationship with their child(ren). Often such parents will manipulate and maneuver to

In pro se appeal, Supreme Court offers guidance on forms of and sanctions for contempt

August 1, 2011

Members of the family court bar should thank pro se litigant Brian DiMarco for taking his appeal all the way to the South Carolina Supreme