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Watts Law Group PLLC - Myrtle Beach, SC

4226 Mayfair StreetSuite 204 Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Virtual Appointments

Updated: 04/30/2020

Myrtle Beach Estate Planning Law Firm

Our office remains open, and in response to COVID-19 we have expanded our options for remote consultations and virtual meetings. Please contact our office to discuss what meeting option best fits your situation. Call 910-250-9346.

About Watts Law Group PLLC

Practice Areas

  • Estate Planning
  • Divorce
  • Foreclosure & Alternatives
  • Personal Injury -- Plaintiff


  • 70%

Representative Clients

  • South Brunswick Island Committee of 100
  • Homeowner's Associations
  • Banks


  • First Bank
  • Branch Banking & Trust Company



  • W. Richard Cox, Partner/Attorney
  • S. Denise Watts, Partner/Attorney
  • Joy P. Easley, Associate Attorney


Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


4226 Mayfair StreetSuite 204 Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


  • 910-579-6510

Other Offices

Watts Law Group PLLC (Main Office) 4617 Main Street Shallotte, NC 28470 910-250-9346

Watts Law Group PLLC 2002 South Baxter Drive Leland, NC 28451 910-250-9346

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