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.
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.
“Kyle was professional, proactive, knowledgeable and friendly. He was attentive and always took my calls unless he was in court, in that case he always followed up promptly. He brought himself up to speed quickly and went to work. Money well spent. I would use him again if the need arises.“
– Dawn McCraith
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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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South Carolina law in a language you can understand.
What is a felony DUI in SC? “Felony DUI” is a specific type of DUI in South Carolina where the driver causes an accident that results in either great bodily injury or death. “Ordinary” DUIs in SC are always classified as misdemeanors. In this article, we will...
What is an unfit parent under SC law? Although it is not necessary to prove that the other parent is unfit to win a custody battle, there are situations when the court must find a parent unfit, including: When a non-parent wants to take custody from a natural parent,...
When parents separate or divorce, the court determines child custody based on the best interest of the child. Whether the decision was made by agreement of the parents or by the court making the decision for them, it is enshrined in a court order that you must...