Goodwin & Pruette, Attorneys at Law, LLC.
Goodwin & Pruette, attorneys in Anderson SC, focuses on trial work in the following practice areas:
- Child custody
- Child support
- DSS Defense
- Name Changes
- Family Law
- Asset Division
MJ Goodwin & Todd Pruette are divorce lawyers with offices located in Anderson, South Carolina. They handle Family Court cases (divorce, custody, support, visitation and much more) in Upstate South Carolina in these counties: Anderson, Oconee, Pickens, Abbeville, Greenville and Greenwood. M. J. Goodwin has practiced law for 23 years in Upstate South Carolina. If you need a divorce lawyer, put more than two decades of trial experience in your corner! CONTACT: email@example.com or call 864-375-0909.
Firm History and Philosophy
M. J. Goodwin has been a practicing Family Court lawyer in Anderson, South Carolina, and the surrounding counties, since 1991. M. J. Goodwin is a 1987 graduate of Clemson University. She graduated from the School of Law at the University of South Carolina in 1991. She was admitted to the South Carolina Bar that same year. She began her career in Anderson as a prosecutor with the Tenth Circuit Solicitor’s Office. After establishing herself as familiar figure in the Family and Criminal Courtrooms in Anderson, she opened her own firm in 1994. In 2012, she founded Goodwin & Pruette, Attorneys at Law, LLC, and added Todd Pruette to the firm. M. J. Goodwin and Todd Pruette believe that everyone should have competent, zealous representation when facing any situation involving a Court. Family Court is the most emotional, stressful Court that any litigant can face. It is crucial to have an experienced attorney who can give solid legal advice and temper it with common sense. Please review our references here and here to see what M. J. Goodwin and Todd Pruette have done for others and what they may be able to do for you. We have Legal Knowledge and Common Sense. Put it to work for you! We are proud of our record and look forward to having the opportunity to help you with your Family Court case in Upstate South Carolina.
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