Lawyers You Can Trust Serving Conway And The Grand Strand
Singleton, Burroughs & Young, P.A., is a trustworthy and dependable law firm in Conway, South Carolina. Since 1973, our law firm has represented clients in Horry County, Georgetown County and the Grand Strand region.
By virtue of being a small law firm, we can devote the personal attention to our clients that they need and deserve. Two of our attorneys are AV Preeminent peer review-rated* through Martindale-Hubbell, the highest available rating.
The following are just a few of the legal issues with which we can assist you:
- Family law. We provide legal advice and representation in family legal matters, including divorce, property and debt division, child custody, child visitation, child support, alimony, modifications of orders, enforcement of orders, prenuptial agreements, separation agreements, guardianships, child abuse issues, restraining orders, contempt proceedings, adoptions, name changes, grandparent rights and issues and all other family-related legal actions.
- Business and commercial law. We represent business clients in all legal aspects of business law, including business contractual disputes, incorporation, business formation, business leases, business contracts and corporate governance. We maintain a special focus on debt collections.
- Probate and estate planning. We help clients to draft, review and defend wills, living wills, health care directives, simple trusts and other estate planning documents; guardianships; conservatorships; advise estate representatives and trustees in estate administration matters; and represent estate representatives and beneficiaries in matters before the probate court.
- Real estate law. We assist buyers, sellers, Realtors and others in resolving complex real estate issues involving real estate contracts, transactions, deeds, closings, conveyances, refinance, foreclosures, title insurance issues, partitions, homeowners association issues and other critical issues involving residential and commercial real estate. Our attorneys are also title insurance issuing agents.
- Governmental law. We represent clients in legal matters pertaining to land use and zoning, condemnation and other issues involving state and local governments.
- Additional areas of service, including advice and representation in matters concerning construction law, personal injury litigation, traffic ticket defense, workers' comp claims and filings, and appeals for federal disability benefits, including Social Security.
Our Location Can Save You Money!
The law office of Singleton, Burroughs & Young, P.A., is located less than one block from the Horry County Government and Justice Center — home to the 15th Judicial Circuit — which includes all circuit courts, as well as the county's traffic, probate and juvenile courts, business license office, law enforcement center, assessor's office, building department, and planning and zoning department. We are also less than three blocks from the Conway Municipal Court and the Conway Police Department.
Why is this important? We are literally minutes away from any relevant court or office that could affect your legal matter. If you need to obtain information, file a court document or react to a development in your case quickly — we can get it done fast. You won't have to pay us for driving into Conway to conduct your business because we are already here.
We cannot overemphasize the value of having a lawyer within walking distance of where the action happens. It could save you money and, in some instances, it could make the difference between success and failure.
Contact Us Today — Serving Horry County, Georgetown County And Beyond
Our experienced Myrtle Beach-area lawyers are ready to assist you with your legal matter! Contact us online or by calling 843-492-5882. We provide free initial consultations in certain circumstances.
* AV Preeminent is a certification mark of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.