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  • What must a South Carolina Family Court consider when modifying child custody?

    || 15-May-2014

    What must a South Carolina Family Court consider when modifying a child custody order? The Family Court in the State of South Carolina retains jurisdiction to transfer the custody of children "in the event of changed conditions, or for other valid reasons. Wolfe v. Wolfe, 220 S.C. 437, 441 68 S.E.2d 348, 350 (1951). A person asking the Family Court to transfer custody must establish that: (1) ...
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