ABOUT CHERYL TRUESDALE
Cheryl Truesdale – Divorce Lawyer Greenville, SC
34 plus years experience, female attorney, certified family court mediator, guardian ad litem.
1972 B.A. University of South Carolina
1982 J.D. School of Law, University of South Carolina
1967 – 1983 Medical Laboratory Technologist
1983 – 1987 Staff Attorney, Piedmont Legal Services
1987 – 1989 Staff Attorney, Mosely Law Firm
1997 – 1999 Adjunct Family Law Instructor, Greenville Tech
1989 to Present Solo Practitioner
South Carolina Bar Association
Family Law Section – South Carolina Bar Association
Greenville County Bar Association
Certified Family Court Mediator – South Carolina Board of Mediator/Arbitrator Certification
Volunteer – Greenville County Animal Care (Shelter)
What to Expect
There are five grounds for divorce in South Carolina: one no-fault ground and four fault grounds, which are adultery, physical cruelty, habitual drunkenness and desertion.
You can ask for an Order of Protection in Family Court when you need a restraining order quickly and don’t yet have a lawyer.
If you don’t have grounds for divorce, but don’t want to remain in your marriage, you can file for a separate support and maintenance case that allows you to seek custody of children
If children are involved, I will advise you as to your rights and obligations in the areas of child custody, support and access.
Divorce cases can also include other issues arising out of the marriage such as custody of children, child support, visitation, division of marital assets and debts, and alimony.
Divorce cases can also include other issues arising out of the marriage such as custody of children, child support, visitation.
Cheryl A. Truesdale, Attorney at Law