Lancaster County, South Carolina Lawyers
Mitch Norrell has been practicing law since 1989, and has extensive experience in Serious Injury and Wrongful Death litigation, as well as Social Security Disability and Family Law. And he is a Certified Mediator for both Family Court and Circuit Court. Mitch is a proud graduate of Duke University and Vanderbilt University School of Law. The vast majority of Mitch’s colleagues from these top ranked universities have taken positions at large firms in big cities throughout the world, but Mitch has always believed that his greatest strength is in his ability to connect with people, and that his...
Mandy was born and raised in Lancaster County, was educated in Lancaster County public schools, and paid for college by working at Grace Bleachery. She graduated with honors from Furman University and USC School of Law. Mandy always knew that her calling was to represent the people of her hometown and surrounding areas and that is exactly what she has been doing since she finished law school in 1997. Mandy practices primarily in the areas of Bankruptcy, Serious Injuries, and Wrongful Death. She also represents the southern portion of Lancaster County in the SC House of Representatives.
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Robert J. Reeves P.C. is a full service law firm that focuses on three practice areas: DUI / DWI defense, family law / divorce, and serious personal injury. We are able to help clients in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia. Our attorneys are experienced trial lawyers who are not afraid to go to court and litigate your case if that it what is best for you. Our lawyers are personally available. Every client has our personal cell phone number and direct email address. You can call us when you need answers, even after hours in the evenings and on...
Thomas C Jeter III is a North Carolina and South Carolina attorney focused in the practice areas of estate planning, probate, trust administration, business succession and corporate law, and traffic law.