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Under South Carolina law, S.C. Code § 20-3-10, S.C. Code § 20-3-10, there are four are considered fault grounds: adultery; habitual drunkenness or narcotics abuse; physical cruelty and one year’s desertion. If you have any grounds under this statute, a divorce an be obtained within 90 days.
If there are no grounds, then the only way to get a divorce is to be separated for at least 1 year.