The Family Court has jurisdiction to equitably divide property that was obtained by the parties during the marriage. This means property that was obtained from the date of the marriage until the date that the Complaint is filed in the Family Court. Not all property may be marital. For example, property that was given to or inherited by one spouse from a third party may be non-marital if it has not been commingled with other marital property
. South Carolina’s laws on property division are complex. You should consult with the experienced Family Court attorneys at Bleecker Family Law regarding your specific needs.