A custody agreement in South Carolina (SC) is a document that uses family law to ensure that single, separated, and divorced parents have a full SC co-parenting agreement and a Parenting Schedule. Online templates with sample worksheets and sample forms provide parents with the legal guidance they need to develop a single, common or common SC child care plan, a visitation plan, and guidelines for helping children. Technology has made our lives easier in so many different ways. Why not consider an easy-to-use software model for writing a professional custody contract in South Carolina without a lawyer, and then using the same software to plan, calculate, document, modify, and track all aspects of that agreement. Previously, South Carolina courts of appeals rejected nearly uniform joint custody agreements. See z.B. Avin v. Avin, 272 p.C 514, 252 p.E.2d 888, 888-89 (1979); Courie v. Courie, 288 p.C 163, 341 p.E.2d 646, 649 (Ct.App 1986). Admittedly, Paparella`s business can be limited to its rather unusual factual pattern: while paparellas were married, they worked as pharmacists in the same pharmacy and could design their schedules in such a way that one parent was at home with the children while the other parent was at work.
In the past, mothers were automatically granted custody of their young children, but the Tender Years Doctrine (s.C code § 63-15-10) has been abolished and more and more fathers are obtaining sole or joint custody of their children. Guardian ad Litem (S.C. . . . . . .