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Law Office of Lora Stuart Shortt
Divorce And Family Law In Lexington, South Carolina

Experienced Help For Family Law

Family law is a legal practice area that covers a wide variety of issues involving marriage and children. It can be uncomfortable when personal matters become entangled with legal issues, and disputes in family law can often be emotionally difficult and legally complex.

The Law Office of Lora Stuart Shortt serves clients and their loved ones by working to protect their futures and efficiently resolving issues in a way that is experienced, transparent and respectful. Areas of expertise include:

  • Divorce
  • Property division
  • Child custody/visitation
  • Rights of third parties in child custody/visitation
  • Child support
  • Spousal support/alimony
  • Paternity
  • Modifications to agreements
  • Department of Social Services issues
  • Mediation

Honest Advice And Practical Solutions

While the issues in family law can be very personal and emotional, reaching a good solution often requires conversation and cooperation. When I represent clients, I help them work toward solutions that meet everyone's needs, most importantly those of the children if involved.

Mediation and other forms of negotiation are typically the best ways to resolve many issues in family law, but there are some issues and some cases that require a different approach. In the event that mediation is unsuccessful we will work together to get your case ready for trial.

When you are my client, I give you honest and candid advice about the best ways to resolve your issues in a way that is practical and efficient.

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Get started resolving your family law issues today by speaking to a lawyer with experience in divorce, child custody, child support and more. Call The Law Office of Lora Stuart Shortt today at 803-520-0455 or send my office an email.

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