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Oconee County Trial Law Firm

Local lawyers representing your best interests

At Stoudemire & Sprouse, we provide a broad range of legal services to the people of Oconee County. Founding partner Julian L. Stoudemire has been trying cases here for nearly 45 years. Our law firm has strong ties to the community, and our attorneys Julian L. Stoudemire and R. Scott Sprouse have held significant positions in local government and other civic activities.

Conveniently located in the center of Oconee County

If you have a legal concern in Oconee County, there is no need for you to travel to Greenville or Anderson when you can get skilled assistance right here. Our Seneca office is easily accessible on the 811 Bypass, just six miles west of Clemson University. We have formed long-lasting relationships with people from area cities and towns including:

  • Salem
  • Seneca
  • Utica
  • Walhalla
  • West Union
  • Westminster

Our attorneys spend time getting to know you as an individual so we can effectively represent your concerns in court. We truly care about your problem and fight aggressively for your rights.

Thorough preparation and the pursuit of truth

We do our homework before walking into a courtroom to represent you, and we make sure you know where your case is headed at all times. There are no surprises when you work with our lawyers. Together, we seek the truth of your situation and prove it in a court of law.

Get personal representation for your legal problem in Oconee County

Our law practice takes care of people like you. We are not a big-city law firm defending major corporations. Stoudemire & Sprouse is a small-town law office with more than 40 years of experience helping residents of Oconee County through trials of all kinds. To schedule a free consultation, contact us online or call 864.973.4608.

 

Divorce FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q:

Do I need a lawyer if my divorce is uncontested?

A:

Yes, we recommend letting us assist you with your divorce even if it is amicable.

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