King, Crotts, Duncan & Jaynes
When you face a legal issue, you need an experienced attorney you can trust. You need a legal team that will listen to your concerns, work on your behalf to give you an array of options for resolution to your legal issue, and ensure your best interests are protected. When you face a legal issue, you need King, Crotts, Duncan & Jaynes.
At King Law Offices, we are always focused on providing positive outcomes for your legal issues and helping you to achieve your objectives and we take time to listen to the details. Understanding what is important to you, we tailor a strategy that best meets your needs and that is consistent with legal requirements.
King Law Offices is proud to serve several municipalities, local governments, and public utility providers. We currently represent the Town of Spindale, Town of Bostic, Town of Ellenboro, Town of Ruth, Chimney Rock Village, and Broad River Water Authority. Our firm appreciates the opportunity to work with local officials to help promote the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens in our communities.
Brandon & Maggie Jaynes | Family Law in Shelby NC
Brandon and Maggie Jaynes are the full time attorneys at the firm’s Shelby Law Office. This office serves Cleveland County residents with all matters including family law , divorce, traffic tickets, wills / estate planning and business matters. Call (704)466-3331 to schedule an appointment.
Rustin Duncan | Serving Greenville, SC & Upstate
Rustin Duncan, Partner at King Law Offices, is the full time attorney at the firm’s South Carolina Office. King Law Offices has opened the Greenville, SC location in the last year in order to meet the need of increasing demand for the firm’s legal services in South Carolina. The offices serve Greenville County and Spartanburg County residents with all matters including family law and divorce.
The firm recently announced a flat rate of $500 for uncontested divorces in South Carolina. Uncontested divorces in South Carolina must go before a judge for final approval and both parties to the divorce must agree to dissolve the marriage, must agree on alimony and child support /custody if there are children.
South Carolina Divorce Articles by King Law Offices
- Considering a Divorce in South Carolina? Read This First.
- Shaking Up, or Common Law Married?
- Can I Get an annulment of my South Carolina Marriage?
From King Law Offices’ Blog
Why Should you hire an attorney to defend a traffic ticket?
Many people who have received traffic tickets for such traffic infraction as speeding, no seat belt, no motorcycle endorsement, failure to wear corrective lenses, etc, have taken care of their tickets themselves, either by appearing in court without an attorney or by utilizing North Carolina’s system of payment online. Either option can easily be the costliest ways to handle your traffic ticket.
While it does cost money to hire a lawyer, what a lawyer can save you in fines, fees, court costs, and especially car insurance premiums, will normally far exceed the up-front cost of an attorney. For example, in North Carolina, you are permitted one nine-mile-per-hour violation every three years without it affecting your insurance. There are also PJCs – prayer for judgment continued – and driving schools that can get a reduction in improper equipment. [Read the rest of the story here.]