In South Carolina, you can file for divorce based upon five (5) grounds, which includes either a no-fault ground that applies if you and your spouse have lived separate and apart for one year, or four fault grounds: physical cruelty; desertion for more than one(1) year; adultery; or habitual drunkenness or habitual use of drugs. Divorce also involves the equitable division of marital property, which involves numerous factors and issues.