Posts Tagged ‘Uniform Interstate Family Support Act’

What portions of foreign domestic relations orders are enforceable in South Carolina Family Court?

When an opposing party lives or has assets in South Carolina, it can often be more effective to enforce a foreign state’s domestic relations order in South Carolina than to enforce it in the state where it was issued.  If the party against whom the order is being enforced no longer lives in the issuing […]

Court of Appeals clarifies standards for service of notice of UIFSA action and issuance of child support bench warrant

The December 30, 2009 Court of Appeals opinion in SCDSS v. Johnson, 386 S.C. 426, 688 S.E.2d 588 (2009), clarifies the service requirements for notification of attempted registration of a foreign order under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA) and clarifies when the court can issue a bench warrant for an alleged failure to pay support. […]

 

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