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Why Should You Hire a Local Myrtle Beach Attorney?

When you need legal services you want an attorney who is conveniently located, knows your community, and is familiar with local banking and lending requirements, local closing issues, and the circuit and federal courts with jurisdiction over those issues. The skilled attorneys and staff at DesChamps Law Firm have served the real estate, civil litigation and corporate law needs of businesspeople and professionals of Horry and Georgetown counties for more than 35 years. We have strong ties to the local business community and a long history of successful legal practice.

Convenience

Legal issues are not only intricate but the solving involve knowledge of the local practices, rules, regulations, and requirements of the local lenders, title companies, recording offices, permitting agencies, and courts. Therefore, you need a local attorney close to the transaction.

Knowledge of the Grand Strand - Myrtle Beach community

Every case is unique and a big factor is the community where the issue arose. Your community has unique local laws, history, and trends. An attorney from another jurisdiction cannot know many of the local factors that could affect your case. A strong knowledge of the local community enables a local attorney to see all the angles that make your case unique and to make more informed decisions on how to handle it.

Familiarity with the local courts

Every lawyer in South Carolina should know the rules and procedures of the circuit and federal courts. But individual clerks often have their own unique rules. Individual judges, may have differing procedural rules governing the cases before them. If your attorney does not follow these rules, it could delay or even affect the outcome of your case. When you hire a local attorney, you can be confident that he or she will know the intricacies of the local court system. From knowing the local rules and procedures to being familiar with courthouse staff, a local attorney has the knowledge necessary to pursue your issues in the most efficient way possible. Because a local law firm is familiar with the local judges, they know how to present your case in the manner most persuasive to a particular judge. The DesChamps Law Firm has been employing attorneys in Horry and Georgetown counties since 1979. The firm is listed in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers which includes only those select law practices that have earned the highest ratings in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and have been designated by their colleagues as preeminent in their field. Our founder and principal attorney William W. DesChamps, Jr. has over 37 years of experience as an attorney at law in Horry County. In that time he has built a prominent reputation among attorneys in Horry and Georgetown Counties. His prominent reputation among his peers has resulted in his AV-Preeminent Martindale-Hubbell Peer review rating. The attorneys of The DesChamps Law Firm have a strong professional relationship with local court staff and a valuable knowledge of the local community. Because our attorneys regularly practice in Horry and Georgetown Counties, they know the intricate local court rules and procedures that can be a problem for out-of-jurisdiction attorneys.

We understand what you value and deliver what you need

When you need seasoned legal advice and trusted guidance with your real estate, civil litigation and corporate transactions, call DesChamps Law Firm at 843 448-2391 or (888)591-7826 or contact us online today. Please let us know you contacted us as a result of this website.

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