Child Support

When proceedings in the Family Court involve the most vulnerable among us, extra care must be taken to ensure the needs of any children involved are met.

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Child Custody & Visitation

Above all else, it is your children who matter, whose health, welfare, safety and well-being must come first.

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Divorce & Separation

Whatever the reason, whoever may be at fault, however overwhelming it may all seem … try not to worry — piece of mind is just a phone call away.

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A Father's Rights

As Dad, you have rights. While they often come with obligations, and while parenthood isn’t always baseball games and fishing trips, we can help you assert those rights.

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Serving Those Who Serve

You have made sacrifice after sacrifice for all of us. Now, as you face divorce, separation, child custody or other related issues, please let us serve you.

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Parental Relocation

Parental relocation may be the single most emotional aspect of domestic litigation. Whatever side you find yourself on, we can help.

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See what Others are saying!

There is no way to guarantee that we make everyone happy. People have different needs and different expectations, and come into their own cases in the Family Court from different spots in different lives. And, as you know, testimonials on the Web contain only the high points. Thankfully, we have plenty of those.

Meet Your New Attorney

Unlike some other attorneys who dabble in several different practice areas, some of which are entirely unrelated to your case, Family Law is the sole focus at Lowcountry Divorce & Family Law. Such a narrow focus means that the issues relevant to your case—and to your family—are never far from mind.

A Charming & Convenient Location

Nestled under the shade of Pecan and Live Oak trees on North Cedar Street in beautiful and historic Summerville, South Carolina, Lowcountry Divorce & Family Law is easily accessible from all areas of the the Lowcountry, with convenient and free parking located right outside the front door.

What We Can Do For You

Marriage & Annulment

Perhaps you are looking for a way out of your marriage. Perhaps you have been cheated on. Perhaps you have been abused. Perhaps you and your spouse no longer see life in general in the same way and have ostensibly become roommates. The end of a marriage should be approached with every bit of the same careful examination and consideration as the beginning of a marriage – more so, actually.

Low Country Divorce & Family Law

Divorce & Separation

Perhaps you have a child, or a few of them, and co-parenting is not quite coming as easily as originally hoped. Perhaps someone has changed. Perhaps someone has begun dating other people and has prioritized that person ahead of your child. Perhaps someone has decided it was okay to place your children in the middle. Perhaps someone isn’t behaving properly, and for once it’s not your child but his or her mother or father.

Our Porch is Your Porch

Family Law in general is intensely personal. Just as every client is unique, every family situation is unique, and each and every person who walks up to our front porch does so for reasons as individual and distinctive as their own fingerprint. At Lowcountry Divorce & Family Law, dealing in the Family Court is all that we do. And, if we cannot help you or it is simply just not a good fit, then we will happily help point you in the right direction.

We’re Here for You!

You deserve a family law attorney who not only knows the law but also knows your story as well as you do, a lawyer who can represent you with the same passion that you would have if you represented yourself. Lowcountry Divorce & Family Law is devoted entirely to family law, including divorce, separation, child custody, child support, and more.

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Disclaimer

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. I invite you to contact me and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting me does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to me until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.