Hilton Head Island Family Law Attorney
For Hilton Head Island, Bluffton, & Beaufort South Carolina (SC) Area
J. Brent Kiker is a highly knowledgeable family law attorney - conducting a wide variety of Family Court proceedings including divorce, adoption, separation, termination of parental rights, alimony, child support and guardianship proceedings. He is experienced in all areas of Family Law and understands the unique emotional turmoil his clients experience during these matters. He treats his clients going through difficult times with his/her family with the utmost respect and sympathy for their plight.
Hilton Head Island & Bluffton Area Divorce & Settlement Attorney
Ending a marriage is hardly ever an easy thing to do and can be a complex issue in the state of South Carolina.
At Kiker Law Firm, we realize that factors involving your divorce and your situation, including family's needs, are unique. We help by providing answers, support, and a way to a better outcome. Kiker Law Firm has the time and resources to devote to your case and protect your best interests throughout each stage of the process. Together, we can devise the best strategy for you, so that your children, residence, assets, retirement funds, and debts are carefully addressed.
Dedicated to the Client
If you want an attorney who has true courtroom experience – who demands and obtains the best possible outcomes for his clients – you want the Kiker Law Firm for your legal matter. The Kiker Law Firm does not use a catchy slogan or phrase to gather clients; instead, it relies on its reputation for honesty, diligence, competence and results to obtain its clients almost exclusively through “word of mouth” advertising.
We offer a free consultation and evaluation of your case. Simply complete a free consultation form online or call us at 843-842-7200. We'd be happy to meet with you and help you make an informed decision regarding your family law matter.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FAMILY LAW
Family law is comprised of issues dealing with significant impacts in marriage, adoption, divorce, custody, death, and estate planning. Laws on these topics vary from state to state and can be complex.
Marriage is the legal relation of a man and woman as husband and wife.
Divorce is a process in which a divorce decree establishes the new relations between the parties, including their duties and obligations relating to property that they own, support responsibilities of either or both of them, and provisions for any children.
Custody, child support and alimony are matters of state law. In a divorce, issues of property division, child support, child custody, and alimony are decided by the judge in a trial, or agreed on by the parties in a Separation Agreement.
Adoption is the procedure in which the natural parents' rights and obligations toward their children are terminated, and the adoptive parents assume these rights and obligations. Once a child has been adopted, the natural or birth parents are cease to be responsible for their child; The adoptive parents then become responsible for the child and all the obligations and rights between a parent and child are established between them.
Estate Planning is the overall planning of a person's wealth, including the preparation of a will and the planning of taxes after the individual's death.