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Child Custody & Support

Child Custody and Support Attorney in Greenville

When family law issues affect your child, working with an experienced attorney can be critical to getting the best possible results. At the Armstrong Law Firm, we have over 40 years of experience. We are dedicated to helping people get the best possible results in child custody and child support issues.

In Divorces

Divorces often involve conflict over child custody and child support issues. At the Armstrong Law Firm, we shield our clients from this conflict while protecting their interests — making sure that they are able to make decisions based on full knowledge of the law, careful guidance and strong advocacy in court.

In Other Situations

Child custody and child support issues can also affect you or your child at any time. When a problem arises, no matter what or when, you can turn to us for help:

  • Determination of paternity/establishment of child support
  • Enforcement of child support and child custody orders
  • Modification of child support and child custody orders

A Notable Case

Our founding attorney, David Armstrong, was the winning lawyer on a notable child custody case, Kramer v. Kramer, 323 S.C. 212, 473 S.E.2d 846 (S.C. App. 1996). The case involved an aunt and paternal uncle who sought custody of a child after the child's father passed away. The court of appeals found that the trial court was wrong in awarding custody to the child's mother. It gave the aunt and uncle custody of the child and held the trial judge abused discretion amounting to an error of law.

Talk to Us About Your Child Custody and Child Support Concerns

When you have questions about how you and your child may be affected by child custody and support issues, contact the Armstrong Law Firm for answers. We are available by calling 864-241-0633 or by completing our online intake form.

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