In South Carolina, a complaint for divorce must contain the grounds for divorce, the way in which the parties satisfy the residency requirements, the date and place of the marriage, the date of the separation, the names and birthdates of minor children, information about property and debt, a request for a name change, information regarding requested alimony, and a request for the court to grant a divorce (South Carolina Court Website)
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