Family Law Services for Carolina Forest, SC

More than almost any other area of the law, family law has a profound impact on the lives of the people involved in disputes, negotiations, and court cases.

Your daily life, your children’s wellbeing, your financial security, your ability to raise your family the way you see fit, and more can be placed on the line by one case.

That is why you must approach your family law matter armed with knowledge and a trusted legal ally.

At Indigo Family Law, our firm strives to be a trusted legal ally of folks residing in Carolina Forest, giving our clients the knowledge and the confidence they need to obtain successful outcomes in their family legal matters.

Below, we outline our family law services and some important facts to know before starting your case. For more information or to discuss your unique case, reach out to our family lawyers today.

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Family Law Practice Areas

Indigo Family Law provides full-service family law representation in a variety of practice areas. The practice areas discussed below come with complex legal considerations and laws. Each of our qualified family lawyers serving Carolina Forest is equipped to guide you through your case from start to finish.


A divorce is often the beginning of a suite of complicated and challenging family law matters, from property division to child custody.

Whether you are considering filing a divorce in South Carolina or are already in the middle of one, an experienced attorney can help make sure you are treated fairly throughout the whole process.

Every divorce is different, and each is intensely personal for the people involved.

That is why we seek to understand your situation’s details and develop a personalized strategy to help you reach the outcome you are after.

Indigo Family Law is here for you. Whether you seek a legal separation, are looking for mediation to hammer out the details of your divorce, or facing a hotly contested court battle.

Child Custody

For many parents, who gets custody of the children is one of their first concerns during a divorce or separation. To obtain the child custody arrangement you want, you must be able to show that the arrangement is in the best interests of your children.

If you want to keep your children away from your spouse or another family member, you must be able to demonstrate why you believe that is best.

A family lawyer in Carolina Forest can help you make your case for the child custody arrangement you know will be best for your children.

We help with child custody arrangements in the following situations, among others:

  • Divorce
  • Separation
  • Moving to a new city or state
  • A new job or other factors that will affect one parent’s schedule

Adopting Children

Adopting a child may be the final step you want to take to complete your family.

It may be an official way to show your love and care for a child you have raised or plan to raise. No matter the situation, South Carolina adoption can be tricky at best and downright overwhelming at worst.

Our experienced family law attorneys can help with:

  • Stepparent adoptions,
  • Grandparent adoptions, adopting from the foster care system,
  • Adopting newborns,
  • Open and closed adoptions,
  • Overseas adoptions.


During and after your divorce, you or your ex-spouse may need payments from the other to stay financially afloat until financial independence is achieved.

Alimony is a court-ordered payment plan to address this issue.

An experienced family law attorney serving Carolina Forest can help you seek alimony from your spouse or avoid paying an unfair amount.

We do this by addressing factors that the courts will consider:

  • Financial need,
  • Ability to get a job,
  • The standard of living you and your spouse were accustomed to during your marriage.

Child Support

Child support payments are meant to help one parent take care of a child after a divorce or separation. On either side of the equation, the amount paid each month must be fair and take into account the child’s needs, the parents’ financial situation, and a host of other factors.

Indigo Family Law can help you make a case for the fair child support arrangement you and your child deserve.

Child Visitation

Your ability to see your children is essential to your ability to influence their lives positively. Sadly, some parents try to punish their ex-spouses by withholding their children from them.

In other cases, however, parents want to have no visitation or supervised visitation because one parent may be a danger to the children.

A Carolina Forest family lawyer from Indigo Family Law can examine your case and help you understand your options for child visitation arrangements.


Sometimes, your circumstances change in a way that warrants a change to an existing arrangement with an ex-spouse or other family member. Even though you have already been to court or family law mediation for this matter, the arrangement is not set in stone.

A caring and trusted attorney from our firm can help you modify existing arrangements in the following areas:

  • Child custody
  • Child visitation
  • Alimony
  • Child support

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These are sensitive, crucial matters, and your next steps could affect your family life for years to come.

You do not have to come to this fight alone. You can hire a top family law attorney serving Carolina Forest to help you understand your options and fight for the outcome you know you deserve.

When you seek legal representation from a trusted and experienced family attorney at Indigo Family Law, you will get an unyielding advocate, a tireless ally, a knowledgeable representative, and a friend to guide you through this difficult time. We will fight hard to ensure you and your children are treated fairly throughout the process.

To get in touch with our family law firm serving Carolina Forest, call Indigo Family Law at 843-215-6100 or contact us online.

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