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Attorney Robert A. Clark is a life-long resident of Greenville and concentrates in compassionate representations in Family Court. Robert Clark has a personal vision: “To help families and children in the community in time of needs through the Court System”.


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Bill Mulled to Allow Employees Paid Family Leave in South Carolina

Lawmakers are currently considering a bill that may allow state employees to take 12 weeks of paid family leave in South Carolina. The bill is meant to allow state employees to spend time with their family without having to quit their job or incur penalties. The bill will specifically allow mothers and fathers to go […]


Across the nation, many states are relaxing their rules concerning medicinal and recreational marijuana. At the same time, other states have refused to give in, and so has the federal government. While marijuana use is more socially acceptable than ever, you should be mindful of how it may impact your custody case. Talk to a Greenville […]

Judges Plan Meet-up To Resolve a Custody Dispute

Three judges are due to meet on Wednesday, December 9, to resolve a custody dispute that has arisen between two families. The dispute has also created confusion as to which state has jurisdiction over the matter, and one of the judges belongs to Florida whereas a second hails from South Carolina. The origins of the […]

How to Modify Child Support in Greenville, SC

Child support orders, like custody orders, are not written in stone. They are subject to modification if the correct legal standards are met. To successfully modify child support, modification is based heavily on the individual facts of each case. And regardless of whether you are seeking or fighting a modification, you need an experienced Greenville, […]

Biological Parents Flee With Children Without Legal Custody Rights

Authorities are on the lookout for two adults who have fled the state of South Carolina together with their biological children. The problem at the heart of this search is the fact that the duo left with their children without legal custody rights, which has put them at odds with the law. According to the […]

Can I Request That Visitations Be Supervised In Greenville, SC?

Parents are often concerned that the well-being of their children is at risk from the other parent. For this reason, many of them want to know if visitations may be supervised. Child custody judges will generally protect a parent’s right to see their child, so supervised visitations are never a guarantee. Understanding what sort of […]

Child Handed to a Guardian after Dangerous Car Chase

A child was rescued from a vehicle and handed over to a guardian after a dangerous car chase involving the suspect vehicle and the Florence police. The incident occurred on the afternoon of Thursday, November 5. The child handed to a guardian was not identified. According to the details shared by Florence police officers, a […]

Is a Postnuptial Agreement Right for You?

Most people are familiar with prenuptial agreements and how they work in the event the marriage fails. Not as many know about postnuptial agreements. These are recognized in South Carolina and they serve functions similar to a prenuptial. However, it’s critical that any such agreement be properly drafted and that you understand its potential impact. […]

How To Avoid Adoption Scams

If you’ve made the decision to adopt, you’re doing a wonderful thing for a child in need. Unfortunately, there are people out there who would take advantage of your kindheartedness. Adoption scams are relatively rare, but a prospective parent should always be on the lookout for them. Having a Greenville adoption attorney can help ensure […]

Greenville County Board of Education Helping Families this School Year

If you and your spouse have children, or you’re a single parent living in Greenville County, this could be great news. The Greenville County Board of Education announced this week that they will be providing all children with free meals. The meals will continue until the end of the year. Or, until funding runs out. […]

Divorce, Custody, And Special Needs Children In Greenville, SC

Divorce or separation of two parents always comes with a host of challenges. But this is especially true where the child has special needs. Working through these matters can be emotionally taxing and frustrating, when all you want is what’s best for your child. Regardless of what sort of custody matter you have, you deserve […]

Domestic Violence And Child Abuse May Rise Due To Coronavirus Lockdowns

State and local governments have ordered people to stay home to combat the coronavirus pandemic. But those lockdown orders have a dark downside. Victims’ advocates fear that they could lead to an increase in domestic violence and child abuse. If you or a loved one have been victimized, a Greenville, SC family law attorney can […]

Foster Children Among Others to Benefit From $19.9M South Carolina Educational Programming

Governor Henry McMaster has allocated $19.9 million for South Carolina educational programming of foster children, four-year-olds, and out-of-work adults. The announcement came directly from the governor at a news conference in Columbia on Tuesday, January 5. Speaking at the news conference, Gov. McMaster confirmed that the funds will be specifically dedicated for education and career […]


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Greenville County

Greenville, Simpsonville, Taylors, Travelers Rest, Mauldin, Five Forks, Wade Hampton, Berea, Slater-Marietta, Dunean, Sans Souci, Golden Grove, Gantt, Welcome, Parker, Judson

Spartanburg County
Spartanburg, Boiling Springs, Duncan, Woodruff, Lyman, Landrum, Roebuck, Wellford, Cowpens, Pacolet, Fair Forest, Arcadia, Valley Falls, Southern Shops, Saxon