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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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Custodial Parent Wants to Move

What To Do If The Custodial Parent Wants To Move

In most Greenville, SC custody cases, one parent will get primary custody of the child. The non-custodial parent will get visitation rights for weekends, holidays, and more. As long as the parents live relatively close to each other, this time split works. But tension often arises when the custodial parent decides to move. What can […]

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What if My Child Doesn’t Want to Visit the Other Parent?

When a custody order is handed down by the judge, parents have no choice but to follow it. But the children, especially teenagers, may not agree with the order. Greenville, SC judges can take into consideration what minors want. But that doesn’t always line up with what a court determines to be the child’s best […]

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Private Investigators and Greenville, SC Family Law Cases

Hiring a private investigator can be useful in many contested and high-conflict divorce cases. Before you make a decision, there are some basics to learn about PIs and how they can help you. A Greenville, SC family law attorney can answer questions you may have concerning private investigators and whether you need one. A private […]

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What is “Best Interests of The Child” in Greenville, SC?

The best interests of the child standard governs South Carolina custody cases. Judges in Greenville, SC are obligated to consider this above all else when rendering decisions. It’s not always a clear standard to parents who will be litigating custody issues in court. But understanding this guideline will help parents prepare as they work with […]

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South Carolina Abolishes Common Law Marriage

On July 24, 2019, the South Carolina Supreme Court abolished common law marriage in the state. The practice allowed unmarried couples to claim they were married if, among other requirements, they lived together long enough. South Carolina now joins the majority of states which have done away with common-law marriages. South Carolina Supreme Court Justice […]

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