Alienation of affection: can you sue someone for breaking up your marriage in South Carolina?

Unfortunately, South Carolina does not recognize alienation of affection as grounds to sue for adultery. Some states allow for “alienation of affection” claims, where you sue your ex-spouse or their lover for adultery or otherwise breaking up your marriage, but not South Carolina.

Experienced Family Law Attorney in Fort Mill & Greenville, SC

Because of the role adultery can play in a divorce, it’s important to keep track of any evidence to help support your grounds for divorce. Having the help of a skilled Fort Mill & Greenville family law attorney can also help ensure that your divorce proceeds smoothly and that you receive your fair share of marital property and any legally required financial support. If you are concerned that adultery has occurred, contact our Family Law Attorney in Fort Mill & Greenville at David W. Martin Attorney and we will be happy to help you handle this stressful situation to achieve the best possible outcome.

CLIENT REVIEWS

Message Us

(803) 855-1838

Call today to be our next satisfied legal client.

David W. Martin Law Group

Fort Mill Office

108 Springs St, Fort Mill,
SC 29715-1722

(803) 548-2468

Greenville Office

1613 East North St., Suite 102
Greenville, SC 29607

(803) 590-1958

Spartanburg Office

324 East St. John Street, Suite F-2
Spartanburg, SC 29302
(864) 606-0053

  •  
MESSAGE US
Text Us