The attorneys at Palmetto State Law Group, LLC regularly assist our clients in a number of family law issues in South Carolina. These areas include: divorce or dissolution of marriage, division of assets (particularly when complicated, extensive or complex assets are involved), spousal support and alimony, custody and matters related to the support and care of minor children, domestic violence, enforcement of existing family court orders, mediation, arbitration pre-nuptial agreements and all related litigation.
We may also consider other legal impacts of your case and consult qualified tax and real estate professionals, therapists, medical providers and other specialized counsel to ensure the right solution to your situation is sought. With our extensive business and general practice experience, we also consider your business interests that may be impacted by pending family law matters.
We have significant experience in handling complex domestic relations litigation and arbitration. By using a multi-disciplinary approach, we work to consider the legal, financial, tax and other implications associated with marital litigation. The firm mission of Palmetto State Law Group to work efficiently while providing personal service is always at the forefront of our actions. We are sensitive to the stress and emotional issues you and your children may experience during a challenging case and will do our best to make you feel at ease.
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Experienced attorneys proudly serving West Columbia, Columbia, Lexington, Irmo and surrounding areas in South Carolina.
We are a full-service family law practice that would love to opportunity to discuss your particular circumstance. Our first experience representing clients throughout central South Carolina in all aspects of matrimonial and family law began in January 1998. Since that time, we have worked with premarital and post-marital agreements, actions for separation (separate maintenance and support), matrimonial litigation, modification of prior orders, redressing and defending contempt actions, estate planning during and after divorce and separation, adoptions and surrogacy.
Family Law Areas of Practice