Top Mullins Internet Lawyers - South Carolina

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    607 Main Street Conway SC 29526 33.839558 -79.049385

    The Law Office of Melinda Knowles provides help to people in Conway and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and the surrounding areas. I understand that facing a criminal charge has many life-changing consequences, and my goal is to keep those effects to a minimum. Regardless of whether the offense is a misdemeanor or a felony, I explain to you what your options are and provide you with the support you...

  • 1105 48th Ave N,Suite 206 Myrtle Beach SC 29577 33.730755 -78.8577

    Advocating on behalf of those charged with misdemeanor and felony-level offenses, the criminal law firm of Hucks Law serves people throughout the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, metro area. From our first contact and a free initial consultation until their cases are resolved, we look out for our clients' interests, striving to see their rights upheld. For the convenience of those we represent, our...

  • 6 Marbel Lane Charleston SC 29403 32.78836 -79.94424

    Crystal and Giannoni-Crystal LLC (CGC) is a boutique firm whose founders have substantial experience in professional responsibility and in domestic and international contract law, including Internet, banking, and commercial contracts.   The firm strives to provide high quality legal services with integrity, speed, and close communication with its clients. The firm was founded by Nathan...

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    164 Market St. ,Ste. 102 Charleston SC 29401 32.780746 -79.93436

    The genesis of Frame, Wills, Zeller & Green was to establish a well-positioned law firm to better serve the needs of our growing business clientele by combining each of our practice specialties to offer a more expanded services platform. Now, as our law firm is strongly rooted, and continues to expand in many business communities throughout South Carolina and Illinois, we have the capability...

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