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Residency and Filing Requirements for South Carolina

South Carolina has particular residency requirements for filing a divorce action. The residency requirements must be met when the case is filed. If you don't meet the requirements, the court will lack jurisdiction over the case and will not accept it or will dismiss it.

If the residency requirements are not met, you must either wait until you meet the requirements or file your divorce in another state where you do meet the requirements.

[Residency requirements coming soon.]

Grounds for Divorce for South Carolina

You must state the grounds for your South Carolina divorce in either the petition or complaint, which is the first divorce form filed with the court. In South Carolina, the appropriate grounds for a divorce are the grounds the filing party believes it can prove in a court hearing or grounds that both parties can agree on and can establish in court.

The South Carolina court has power to divorce a couple from the bond of matrimony on the following grounds:

[Grounds coming soon.]

Filing Spouse's Title

[Coming soon.]

Non-Filing Spouse's Title

[Coming soon.]

Counties in South Carolina

› Abbeville

› Aiken

› Allendale

› Anderson

› Bamberg

› Barnwell

› Beaufort

› Berkeley

› Calhoun

› Charleston

› Cherokee

› Chester

› Hampton

› Horry

› Jasper

› Kershaw

› Lancaster

› Laurens

› Lee

› Lexington

› Marion

› Marlboro

› McCormick

› Newberry

› Oconee

› Orangeburg

› Pickens

› Richland

› Saluda

› Spartanburg

› Sumter

› Union

› Williamsburg

› York

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