Will I have to go to Court?

Do you have to go to Court to finalize your divorce case?  Yes.  In order for you to finalize your divorce case in South Carolina and get a divorce decree you must appear in court if you are the plaintiff in the case.  That means if you were the one who hired the attorney and filed the papers at the court house for divorce, you must appear in court and provide evidence to the court regarding the reason for your divorce (prove the grounds for divorce like one years separation or adultery).  You must also testify to things relating to your case such as the agreement you and your spouse have signed or the reason you should be entitled to custody of your children.

Depending on the complexity of your case, your final hearing may last five minutes or less or it may last several days or weeks.

In many cases, you will be required to have a witness (or many witnesses) depending on what needs to be proven in your case.

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