The Nerve Posted on Feb. 6, 2017
S.C. House Bill Proposes Major Child Custody Law Changes
By Rick Brundrett
South Carolina’s child custody law would see its biggest overhaul in decades under a bill that has sailed through the S.C. House.


CN2 Poster on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017
A Fathers Fight
Divorce is never easy and when kids are involved, the situation can cause big headaches between parents and the child custody law here in South Carolina.
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Fox News Posted on Monday, Jan. 9, 2017
Fathers fight for 'shared parenting'
By Jennifer Phillips
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) - Peter Kucera is a father in deep thought. "I have one daughter right now who's in elementary school and I love her as much as any parent could imagine loving another human being," he said.

He is divorced and is now supporting a proposed bill that, if passed, may allow him to have what he calls "shared parenting."

"I currently have the standard custody right now where I get to see my child every other weekend and one day every other week. It boils down to six days a month. It's not sufficient, we need to be together more, we miss each other," he said.

Right now, the House bill known as H. 4095 states lawmakers would amend the law to show that if joint custody is awarded it would mean equal amount of time with their children.


Fort Mill Times
Posted on Wednesday, Sep. 14, 2011
Dad pushes for new custody law
By John Marks
Jeremy Walters won't be able to do much with his own custody case, but he's holding out hope his efforts might help someone else.

The Fort Mill carpenter is building a case for H 4095, a bill state legislators say could gain traction when debate resumes in Columbia. It deals with shared custody, an issue close to Walters following a recent divorce and child custody case.

"It's such a touchy subject that nobody wants to touch it," Walters said. "It's rare for a shared parenting bill to even receive a number."


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