Free South Carolina Divorce Forms

In order to file for divorce in South Carolina you must claim that one of five grounds applies to your case. The five grounds for divorce in South Carolina are adultery, habitual drunkenness, physical cruelty, abandonment. and no fault. To file for a no-fault divorce you and your spouse must have lived separately for at least one year.

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South Carolina Divorce Forms
South Carolina Divorce Forms

Divorces in South Carolina are handled by Family Courts. Family Court Judges have jurisdiction over all aspects of the divorce including separation, child custody, child visitation, child support, spousal support and alimony, and division of marital property and debts.

To file for divorce in a South Carolina Family Court, you will need the following South Carolina divorce forms. You may not need all of the forms.

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South Carolina Divorce Instructions

South Carolina Family Court Coversheet

South Carolina Certificate of Exemption

South Carolina Summons For Divorce

South Carolina Complaint For Divorce

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South Carolina Final Declaration

South Carolina Motion and Affidavit to Proceed In Forma Pauperis

South Carolina Acceptance of Service

South Carolina Affidavit of Service by Mailing

South Carolina Affidavit of Default For Divorce

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South Carolina Request for Hearing

South Carolina Affidavit of Service by Mailing (Notice of Hearing)

South Carolina Report of Divorce or Annulment of Marriage

South Carolina Final Order of Divorce

South Carolina Judgment in a Family Court Case

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Other forms are available from the court and may be required to continue or finalize your case.

Feel like you need a divorce lawyer? Visit our Divorce Lawyers in South Carolina page.