We handle all types of family law cases including Divorce, Separation, Adoption, Child Support, Child Custody, Alimony, Juvenile Law, Name Changes and DSS Child Cases.
We handle all criminal matters including Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Burglary, Theft, Drug Crimes, Assault & Battery, Domestic Violence, White Collar Crimes, Fraud, Embezzlement, and Violent Crimes.
If you or someone you know needs an attorney in South Carolina, we are here to help.
Our experienced team of lawyers in Summerville, South Carolina routinely handle family law, criminal defense, and personal injury cases.
With over 30 years of legal experience, the attorneys at Templeton Mims & Ward are ready to get you the best possible outcome in your case.
At Templeton Mims & Ward our vision is to give you peace of mind.
When you are facing legal challenges in your life, there’s comfort in knowing that someone is doing everything possible to minimize or eliminate those challenges.
By providing you with the best possible representation combined with the goal of getting the best possible outcome given your unique situation—our vision is realized.
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FAQ’s Regarding DUI Charges in South Carolina
It’s as simple as you’re out for a night on the town and you’re leaving the restaurant where you just had dinner and drinks. Then, all of a sudden, you see flashing blue lights in your rearview mirror. At this point, you pull over. The officer arrests you and takes...
South Carolina Personal Injury Attorney Frequently Asked Questions
A serious injury can have great impact the on the lives of the victims and their families. In many cases, the individuals in this situation are left with a number of questions about what they can do to put their lives back together. At Templeton, Mims, and Ward, we...
Juvenile Defense Attorney in South Carolina, When Do You Need One?
In South Carolina, there is a separate legal system and special laws that apply to most crimes involving adults less than 17 years old. These charges can be found, for the most part, in South Carolina’s Juvenile Justice Code. Most of the charges involving juveniles...