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Georgetown County Civil and Criminal Law Attorney

Advocacy Focused on Your Rights and Results

Legal issues and disputes can ultimately impact your personal rights and investments, your security or your business. When facing a dispute, you can protect your interests with trusted counsel and effective advocacy. Jack M. Scoville, Jr, P.A., is a Georgetown County, South Carolina, law firm with over 35 years of experience in civil disputes and criminal defense.

Our attorney and staff are dedicated to providing informed and experienced legal support focused on achieving optimal results for our clients. While we are strategic negotiators who will seek the most efficient resolution of any dispute, we are also prepared to take any case to trial. Attorney Jack M. Scoville Jr is a leading trial and litigation attorney who will thoroughly investigate and prepare your case and fight for your rights at every stage.

Our Georgetown County civil and criminal law attorney handles cases involving:

Counsel, Support and Legal Strategy You Can Trust

We are a small firm with a focus on service and results. Understanding the long-term impact of every case, we will take a comprehensive approach to achieve the best possible outcome in your case. Some lawyers take on a significant number of cases, but never go to court. At our firm, we are prepared to fight for our clients at every stage, from negotiations through trial, when necessary.

Call 843-461-3010 or contact our office by e-mail for an initial consultation or case evaluation. We are dedicated to protecting the rights of our clients and will help you achieve the best possible resolution in your legal matter. Our Georgetown litigation attorney is dedicated to every client and every case.

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Jack M. Scoville, Jr, Attorney at Law, P.A.
1001 Front Street
Georgetown, SC 29442
Phone: 843-461-3010
Fax: 843-546-0726
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