King Law Attorneys Gaffney Office Location
207 S. Limestone St. #F
Gaffney, SC 29340
King Law is located in Gaffney, South Carolina in the heart of Cherokee County and offers family law, criminal law and estate planning services.

After many years of being in South Carolina, in May 2016 King Law opened its second South Carolina location in Cherokee County in the city of Gaffney, South Carolina. Gaffney is also known as the “Peach Capital of South Carolina” and home to the Gaffney Peach, the South Carolina Peach Festival and Gaffney Premium Outlets. You can find King Law’s Gaffney lawyers and legal staff in the Hatcher Building just a few miles from Interstate 85 and beside Edward Jones Investments and the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce. This location is able to serve clients with family law, criminal defense, and other matters from all across Cherokee County and upstate South Carolina. Many clients come to us from Gaffney, Chesnee, and Blacksburg, Cowpens, Spartanburg and the communities of Corinth, Draytonville, East Gaffney, Goucher, Grassy Pond and Thicketty, South Carolina.

King Law is a general practice law firm offering services ranging from family law, criminal law, and estate planning, to areas related to civil disputes. Gaffney lawyer Seth Johnson offers complimentary consultations by telephone or in office for individuals facing divorce, alimony, child custody, child support, domestic violence, DUI/DWI, probation violations, driving offenses, other criminal matters and drafting powers of attorneys and wills. Our Gaffney, South Carolina lawyers and staff know the law and are here to offer their skilled legal services to clients in need. Contact our lawyers in Gaffney today and see how they can help you with family law, criminal defense, and other legal matters.

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