Find automated forms online for Pro Se child support modifications South Carolina
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
- Organization: Moultrie News
A new on-line interactive software and instructional video is now available for custodial and non-custodial parents wanting to modify their child support orders through the South Carolina Family Court. Go to www.modifychildsupportsc.com to view an instructional video and to get the links to the website where forms can be completed. Anyone can access these resources through a personal computer or a computer at a local library. Individuals are still encouraged to seek legal counsel.
In recent years, more individuals need access to the court system to adjust child support orders in a timely manner. When individuals cannot afford an attorney to represent them in court, they may choose to represent themselves in court as a self-represented litigant. This process is called Pro Se which means on one’s own behalf.
With this project, self-represented litigants can quickly and easily produce court-approved needed legal documents by following step-by-step directions and answering questions via an easy-to-use online interactive software found at www.lawhelp.org/sc (see self-help forms) or through the www.modifychildsupportsc.com websites. Self-represented litigants are guided through a series of questions that help to automatically complete the required forms.