Charleston Divorce Lawyer. The Law Offices of J. Scott Falls, LLC seek to provide outstanding services to clients facing legal problems or questions by creating legal solutions that make a great difference in those clients' lives. Our clients include homeowners associations, individuals who have had the misfortune of purchasing a defective home, individuals who have been wrongfully terminated from their employment, and those who need help with child custody matters, to name a few. We serve clients in the Charleston, South Carolina area and may be able to assist you with your legal questions.
Whether you are an individual a subcontractor who has not been paid for the hard work that you have completed, a family member seeking to clear title to your family's heirs' property, an individual in need of a will or estate planning, an entrepreneur wishing to start a new business, or a parent seeking the assistance of a lawyer in regards to a change in child custody or simply a change in your child's legal name, we can help you by putting our experience and legal knowledge to work in creating a solution to the legal matter that you face. Our goal is to provide services and results that exceed the expectations of our clients at a reasonable value.
Below are some examples of legal issues that we may be able to help you with:
Civil Litigation - personal injury such as auto accidents and premises liability
Property Law - easements, homeowners and community associations, heirs property and other issues
Family Law - divorce, child custody, and child support
Construction Law - mechanics liens, collection, contractor disputes, and other construction issues
Employment Law - wrongful termination, employee handbooks, employment contracts, and severance, unpaid wage claims
Business Law - formation of Corporation, LLC, and LLPs, by-laws, and dissolution
Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning - drafting of wills and trusts, estate planning
- Business Law
- Car Accidents
- General Civil
- Insurance Bad Faith
- Property Litigation
- Unpaid Wages