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The Emotions Of Family Law

Few areas of law are as emotional as family law. These cases are difficult because they affect such fundamental matters: divorce, child support, child custody, property division, alimony, juvenile questions and adoption. When working through these matters, you need to manage your emotions while navigating the often difficult to understand legal rules and procedures.

Compassionate Help For Your Family Law Issues

I'm attorney Karen McManaway, and at my firm, McManaway Law, LLC, I provide both the compassionate understanding that you would hope to receive during the difficult time of a divorce or other family law matters, and the experienced legal advice you need to secure your future.

You will need to make a great many decisions during this process, from the child custody arrangements you set up with your child's other parent to the property settlement you will request. These are complex, difficult choices - How much time will your child spend with you? Should you keep the family home or accept a larger portion of a retirement account?

Cooperation May Be Difficult, But Necessary

There are often no perfect choices, but many will have a long-lasting effect on you and your children. You often have to compromise and cooperate. You want to make these decisions based on the best information and legal guidance available.

As a lawyer, I have worked with many clients on these issues in South Carolina, and I know how important and significant they are. I'm passionate in advising you and working to help you obtain the best possible outcome for your specific circumstance.

Contact Me Today

I can help you by providing the legal guidance you need to make informed decisions in your family law case. Call my Greenville office at 864-283-6040 or contact me online to schedule a consultation.

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