South Carolina
Divorce & Custody
Attorney

Get The Divorce & Custody Answers You Need

We have answers for all of your Family Law related questions involving divorce and custody. You'll feel better about your situation by getting the facts.


If divorce is possible in your future you need to know:



And more...


Attorney Kathryn Dailey Hubbard

Charleston, South Carolina Attorney Kathryn Hubbard

Charleston, South Carolina Attorney     Kathy Dailey Hubbard

Hi, I'm Kathy Dailey Hubbard, a family law attorney. At Crossroads Family Law we focus strictly on divorce and custody cases like yours. 


I know from personal experience how hard divorce and custody situations can be. I understand what you're going through. 


You need someone knowledgeable to help navigate the legal maze, plan your future and get the outcome you want.


At Crossroads, we make your life easier during divorce by providing extra services  not found at the average law firm (see below).

Going Above And Beyond
You Deserve

At Crossroads we feel you deserve a little extra service and some higher standards, considering what you're going through right now. We strive to provide you with:


  • Video conference meetings, so you don't even have to leave home or work to meet your attorney using Facetime or other technology you already own.
  • Private online document library, so you can access any and all of the documents related to your case right in one convenient spot.
  • Choose your own pricing, select from hourly, fixed price or do-it-yourself options.
  • Communication, we keep you informed so you don't feel lost and left out of the process.
  • Client Bill Of Rights - See more of our 'above and beyond' standards in our Client Bill Of Rights


Frequently Asked Questions

The best way to get all your questions answered is through a face to face consultation, either in person or via video conference.


In the mean time, here are some brief answers to get you started. Please note, these answers are specific to our state, South Carolina.

How Much Does A Divorce Cost?

How Long Does A Divorce Take In South Carolina?

What About Alimony Or Child Support?

What Happens On The Initial Consultation?

Recent Blog Posts

Do It Yourself Divorce

Divorce used to cost thousands. Now it's $199. Our Do-It-Yourself Divorce attorney service helps anyone, anywhere in South Carolina.

Divorce Emergency?

Do you have a divorce emergency right now? A divorce emergency is where events like being served with court papers have caught you by surprise and you need to take immediate action.

Document Everything In Your Divorce

Get in the habit of documenting everything you communicate to your spouse during your divorce or custody case.

You’ll be glad you did.

Separation vs Divorce in SC

What if you want a separation, not a divorce. In South Carolina, can you just get a separation? What is the difference between a separation and a divorce, anyway?

Save Server Fees On Your SC Divorce

A quick video on how you can save money and heartache on your S. Carolina divorce. Do you really need to pay a fee for a process server? In some cases: no.

Speed Your SC Divorce Video

Kathy Dailey Hubbard, a divorce and family law attorney in Charleston, South Carolina gives a tip on how to speed up the divorce process in South Carolina.

South Carolina Legal Services & Divorce Video

Helpful Youtube video going over the basics of divorce in South Carolina. The transcript is included if you prefer to read.

Social Media Impact On Divorce, Simple Solutions

Social media is a big part of our lives. But if you’re going through a divorce or battling for custody of your children, you need to understand the potential damaging role social media can play in your case.

My Daddy’s Just a Paycheck

When a child is born to unmarried couples, the mother usually has automatic full legal and physical custody at birth. Fathers, however, have few, if any rights, except the right to pay child support.

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Charleston, SC 29412

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