Court of Appeals, finding exceptional circumstances, affirms joint physical custody and divided legal custody

April 26, 2023

In the April 26, 2023, opinion in Greene v. Greene, 439 S.C. 427, 887 S.E.2d 157 (Ct.App. 2023), finding exceptional circumstances, the Court of Appeals

There needs to be the final decision maker for minor children(and it almost always should be a parent)

May 18, 2021

I see a number of attorneys and pro se litigants who try to finesse the issue of final decision making authority by making both parents

Why not divide up legal custody?

February 27, 2016

Deciding who will have legal custody–final decision making authority for a child–can be one of the more contentious issues in custody cases. Often one parent