2018 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 20 - Domestic Relations
CHAPTER 3 - DIVORCE
ARTICLE 1 Divorces in This State
- Section 20-3-10. Grounds for divorce.
- Section 20-3-20. Effect of collusion.
- Section 20-3-30. Residence requirement.
- Section 20-3-40. Married person deemed of age.
- Section 20-3-50. Jurisdiction of actions for divorce.
- Section 20-3-60. Venue.
- Section 20-3-70. Service of summons on nonresident.
- Section 20-3-80. Required delays before reference and final decree; exceptions.
- Section 20-3-90. Attempt at reconciliation.
- Section 20-3-100. Attempt at reconciliation when one party is in armed forces overseas.
- Section 20-3-110. Injunctions incident to divorce suits.
- Section 20-3-120. Alimony and suit money.
- Section 20-3-125. Petition to enforce award of attorney fee.
- Section 20-3-130. Award of alimony and other allowances.
- Section 20-3-135. Spousal support obligation when marriage declared void due to fraud.
- Section 20-3-140. Allowance of alimony and suit money in suits for separate support and maintenance and similar actions.
- Section 20-3-145. Attorney fee to constitute lien; payment to estate.
- Section 20-3-150. Segregation of allowance between spouse and children; effect of remarriage of spouse.
- Section 20-3-160. Care, custody, and maintenance of children.
- Section 20-3-170. Modification, confirmation, or termination of alimony; retirement by supporting spouse.
- Section 20-3-180. Change of name after divorce or separation.
- Section 20-3-190. Divorced wife barred of dower.
- Section 20-3-200. Divorce shall not render children illegitimate.
- Section 20-3-210. Unlawful advertising for purpose of procuring divorce.
- Section 20-3-220. Unlawful advertising for purpose of procuring divorce; penalty.
- Section 20-3-230. Clerks of court shall file reports of divorces and annulments with Division of Vital Statistics.
- Section 20-3-235. Decree to set forth social security numbers or alien identification numbers of parties in divorce.
- Section 20-3-410. Short title.
- Section 20-3-420. Nonresident divorce shall be void if parties were domiciled here.
- Section 20-3-430. Prima facie evidence of domicile.
- Section 20-3-440. Construction.
- Section 20-3-610. Spousal equity and ownership rights.
- Section 20-3-620. Apportionment factors.
- Section 20-3-630. Marital property; nonmarital property.
- Section 20-3-640. Declining values of contributions.
- Section 20-3-650. Sequestration of property.
- Section 20-3-660. Court's authority to achieve equitable apportionment.
- Section 20-3-670. Notice of pendency of action.
- Section 20-3-680. Form of transcript of judgment.
- Section 20-3-690. Subject matter jurisdiction over contracts.
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