Jamrosyk Law Firm

Estate Planning Personal Injury Criminal Defense Business Formations Family Law Mediation
Estate Planning

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An effective estate plan addresses fears by providing a sense of security and comfort about the future. Estate planning declares a person's testamentary wishes, appoints guardians for minor children and dependents, enables others to provide personal care in the event of an incapacity, attempts to minimize or eliminate federal estate taxes, and addresses the specific needs and well-being of those to whom estate assets will be given.

Creating an estate plan can ease these common concerns:


  1. What will happen to my home and assets if I become incapacitated?
  2. Who will look after my minor children or my disabled adult child?
  3. Who will make medical decisions for me if I can't? What if my spouse/partner and my children disagree on my treatment?
  4. Do my current documents name backups in case something happens to the people I named to take care of my affairs?


The Jamrosyk Law Firm can also assist you with Probate Administration, Guardianship/Conservatorship, Charitable Gift Giving, and Trust Administration.


Personal injury

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The Jamrosyk Law Firm represents clients in all types of personal injury cases, including:

  1. Auto Accidents
  2. Slip and Fall Accidents
  3. Dog Bites
  4. Other Injuries

Please call us today if you have been injured and would like to know more about how our firm can help you.

Criminal Defense

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The Jamrosyk Law Firm can represent you on charges in magistrate's court, municipal court and state court.  We defend against both felony and misdemeanor charges.  Some examples of crimes we can represent you on are:

  1. Drug Charges
  2. Criminal Domestic Violence
  3. DUI and other traffic violations

Please call The Jamrosyk Law Firm for an initial consultation today.

business formations

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Business owners face many different issues and opportunities everyday. The Jamrosyk Law Firm is here to assist you with your business planning.  Our practice includes:

  1. Formation of Corporations, LLC's, Partnerhips, and consultation on choice of entity
  2. Business Planning and asset protection

Please call The Jamrosyk Law Firm today for assistance with your business needs.


Family Law

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The term Divorce refers to the dissolution or legal end of a marriage.  In South Carolina there are 5 grounds for  divorce.  A divorce may be granted on fault grounds or on a no-fault based ground.  The four fault grounds for divorce are adultery, physical cruelty, desertion, and habitual drunkenness/drug abuse.  The no-fault ground is separation for a period of one year without cohabitation. 

Child Custody

The courts' most important consideration in any child custody case is the child's best interest. Some of the factors the courts consider when determining the child's best interest include parental fitness, the child's preference, each parent's role as caregiver, psychological, environmental, medical and educational considerations, and any parental conduct that would impact the best interest of a child. At the Jamrosyk Law Firm, we spend time with each client to understand his or her needs and priorities, to evaluate which factors will impact the best interests of the child(ren), and to determine goals and strategies toward achieving a desired result.

Child support is both a right of the child and a duty of her parents, which is intended to ensure that your child is adequately provided for until she reaches adulthood. The Jamrosyk Law Firm can advise you about the South Carolina Child Support Guidelines, reasons for deviating from the guidelines and how to approach ensuring support is adequate to maintain your child's standard of living.

If you or your spouse has decided to seek a divorce, please call The Jamrosyk Law Firm for a consultation if you would like to discuss your options.


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Mediation is the process by which the parties attempt to resolve their case by mutual agreement through a neutral third party. Mediation allows the parties to maintain control over the process. Mediation allows you, the client, to have input into resolving the case, rather than having a judge or jury make the decision for you.

Mediation can save time and money and be less stressful than preparing for and attending a trial. Disputes resolved in court typically result in higher attorney fees and overall costs. By engaging in mediation, you, the client, have the opportunity to avoid costly fees, costs, and emotional energy, while still resolving your problem.