Litigation in the Family Court arena can be a life altering experience. Our firm understands the myriad of challenges, both personal and legal, facing our clients while they are in the midst of any family law matter. Our goal is to guide our clients through the Family Court system with integrity, respect and zeal, as both their counselors and advocates.
The Theos Law firm represents family law and divorce clients in the Charleston area and throughout South Carolina, offering a full-range of services and representation related to the following:
Divorce/dissolution of marriage
Separate maintenance agreements
Child custody and visitation
Spousal support/child support
Restraining orders / enforcement
Family law mediation and arbitration
Additional Practice Areas
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Boating Accidents
- Commercial / Business Litigation
- Workplace Accidents
- Maritime Law
- Electrocution and Electrical Shock
- Victims of Sexual Abuse
- Workers Compensation
- Bad Faith Insurance
- Business and Trade Litigation
- Class Action Lawsuits
- Property Disputes
- Contract Law
Frequently Asked Questions
How is negligence determined in South Carolina?
Generally, there are three prongs for proving negligence. First, the evidence needs to show that the person who caused the injury owed the victim a duty of care. Second, it must be proven that the person who caused the injury failed to carry out that duty; third, the proof will demonstrate that the victim suffered damages because of the failure to carry out that duty. Proving negligence is the foundation of a successful personal injury claim. It is difficult without the assistance of a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer. Call the Theos Law firm for help.
Who is Liable for a Drunk Driving Accident?
Not only is the person who made the decision to drink and drive liable for any accident that occurs while driving, but the company who over-served that customer may be liable too. Under what is known as dram shop liability or social host liability laws, companies and venues that serve alcohol to readily intoxicated customers may face consequences for their actions. If you have been the victim of a drunk driving accident, get in touch with an attorney to discuss the specifics of your situation today.
What if I can’t pay my medical costs?
The medical costs that are associated with personal injuries can be egregiously high, and many people struggle to pay for them. However, it’s important to know that you might not be wholly responsible for all of your medical costs. In fact, if another person’s actions are what led to the accident in the first place, the person responsible could be held legally and financially accountable for the various costs that you’ve incurred as a result of your accident.