Here is another post from the blog of Charleston family attorney Gregory Forman. Few lawyers can make the law more interesting than Forman.

For a family law attorney, having sexual relations with a client’s spouse is
probably the height of (over)zealous advocacy (assuming that the spouse is the
opposing party).

That spouse’s adultery would probably be an absolute bar to alimony. See
S.C. Code Ann. § 20-3-130(A) (“No alimony may be awarded a spouse who commits
adultery before the […]

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