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Mack & Mack Attorneys - Fort Mill, SC

101 Allison Street Fort Mill, SC 29715- 2343

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Updated: 08/23/2018

Fort Mill Real Estate Law Firm


Three Generations of Mack Attorneys Serve Fort Mill

The law office of Mack & Mack is Fort Mill's oldest legal services provider. In 1960, after 28 years as a solo practitioner, William Bayles Mack (1903-1986) was joined in practice by his son, Barron Bayles Mack to form the general practice firm of Mack & Mack, Attorneys. In 1985, Barron B. Mack, Jr. joined the firm as the third generation of Mack attorneys serving Fort Mill, South Carolina...

About Mack & Mack Attorneys

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Mack, Mack & Freeman, 0
  • Mack, Mack, Grant & Roper, 0
  • Mack, Mack & Grant, 0


  • English (Primary)

Practice Areas

  • Real Estate 30%
  • Estate Planning/Probate 25%
  • Administrative/Governmental 20%
  • Collections 15%
  • Corporate/Business 10%


  • 15%




Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


101 Allison Street Fort Mill, SC 29715- 2343

Office Hours

Mon - Thurs 9-5 Fri 9-4


  • (803) 548-4751

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