King Law Attorneys Greer Office Location
1320 West Poinsett Street
Greer, SC 29650
Located in Greer, South Carolina along the borders of Greenville and Spartanburg counties is King Law, offering services in family law, domestic violence and criminal law.

In 2012, King Law opened an office on the border of Greenville and Spartanburg County. Located precisely in Greer, South Carolina, our attorneys have been able to serve clients well beyond Greer in towns like Greenville, Spartanburg, Fountain Inn, Mauldin, Easley, Taylors, and Simpsonville.

Partners Brian W. King, John B. Crotts and Rustin Duncan are all licensed Greer attorneys for both North Carolina and South Carolina. Since expanding into South Carolina, the firm has also added an additional office location in the state and has added other licensed attorneys to their Greer legal team.

Specializing in general law and offering expert guidance on topics like divorce, family law, gun laws, criminal defense, DUI and DWI, and worker’s compensation to name a few, King Law has attorneys in Greer who can get their clients the outcomes they truly deserve. In the less than ten years that our Greer attorneys have served South Carolina, they have helped local businesses get organized as well as restructured, helped family businesses decide how to divide up the business amongst themselves, helped people at many stages of life plan their estates, and helped individuals with a variety of issues in family court ranging from divorce, custody, adoption, name changes, juvenile matters, and termination of parental rights.

King Law’s Greer attorneys enjoy utilizing their legal education, knowledge, experience, training and skills to analyze complex legal issues, ensure that they are understood by our clients, and provide the information needed to ensure that the client knows the ramifications and benefits of every single decision they make in their matter, while also ensuring that the client understands our duty of loyalty, and that we will do what it takes to protect all of their legal rights, and get them the best result possible in every situation.

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In many South Carolina family law cases the parties reach agreement rather than have the judge rule on all issues involved in their divorce or custody case. There are two general reasons for this: (1) it saves time and money, and (2) the parties get to have a say and keep some control over what (more...)
Being served with legal papers is always stressful.  Being served with divorce papers is probably a very scary moment, especially if you weren’t expecting them. If this happens to you, don’t panic.  There are several things to do to make the process smoother and protect your rights. Contact a family law attorney as soon as (more...)
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