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January 2019 Archives

How a judge determines the best interests of the child

If parents in South Carolina who are getting a divorce cannot reach an agreement regarding child custody, they may have to go to court. A judge makes a child custody decision using the standard of the best interests of the child, but many people may wonder what factors are important in this determination.

Failing to make credit card payments has consequences

Debt is a much-debated topic in South Carolina and across the country. While it's generally acknowledged that some types of debt are more acceptable than others, such as mortgage and student loan debt, most financial planners agree that major credit card debt is a negative. However, there are certain life circumstances that leave cardholders no alternative but to run up credit card debt. And if the situation does not improve, even paying the minimum monthly payment may become too much.

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