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Jenny was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, and she is a graduate of the College of Charleston and Charleston School of Law. Prior to moving to Spartanburg, she helped form the Charleston County Custody Fast-Track Committee, which she co-chaired. Jenny is a frequent speaker at local, state, and national continuing legal education seminars, and she moderates the annual Guardian ad Litem training, sponsored by the South Carolina Bar.  She is also one of only 18 attorneys in South Carolina to be selected to participate in the 2014 Leadership Academy sponsored by the SC Bar.

Jenny was trained and certified as a Volunteer Guardian ad Litem during her first year of law school. Following her certification, she devoted her pro bono service work for over two years to representing children involved in abuse and neglect cases in the Charleston County Family Court. These Guardian ad Litem cases, along with her own personal experience with divorce, inspired her to practice family law in a way that focuses not only on the legal aspect of domestic relations, but also on the impact these events have on the individuals involved. Being a wife, mother and stepmother herself, Jenny understands the compassion and sensitivity needed to handle these types of cases.

Jenny is an active member of the Spartanburg County Bar Association, the South Carolina Bar, theSouth Carolina Associate for Justice, the American Bar Association, and the South Carolina Women Lawyer’s Association. She is also a certified private Guardian ad Litem and finds her work representing children in private custody litigation to be some of the most rewarding work in the practice of law. In August 2011, Jenny was also elected by her law school peers to serve a three-year term on Charleston School of Law’s Alumni Association Board.

When she isn’t working as an attorney Guardian ad Litem, Jenny enjoys spending time with her husband and their six children. As a lifelong bibliophile, she is always sneaking time to read any book that catches her fancy.



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Practice areas


  1. Divorce: 20%
  2. Child Support: 20%
  3. Mediation: 20%
  4. Child Custody: 20%
  5. Family: 20%



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Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

Attorney endorsements

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  • Gary Martin Frazier

    Jenny has been the guardian ad litem (GAL) on two of my cases. She is thorough, methodical, and conscientious. I wish all GALs did as good a job as she does.


    Gary Frazier Divorce and separation Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

  • J. Benjamin Stevens

    I endorse this lawyer.


    J. Benjamin Stevens Divorce and separation Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

Contact info

The Stevens Firm, PA

349 East Main Street.
Suite 200
Spartanburg, SC, 29302


SCAuthorized to practice law201002/15/2011
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
AV Preeminent RatedMartindale-Hubbell2015
2014 Leadership Academy GraduateSC Bar2014
2014 Institute for Family Law AssociatesAmerican Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers2014
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Partner/AttorneyThe Stevens Firm, PA2012 - Present
Owner/AttorneyThe Moser Law Firm, LLC2010 - 2012
Legal InternThe Peper Law Firm, P.A.2008 - 2009
Association namePosition nameDuration
Association of Family and Conciliation CourtsMember2015 - Present
South Carolina Bar, CLE CommitteeMember2014 - Present
South Carolina Association for JusticeMember2013 - Present
Spartanburg County Bar AssociationMember2012 - Present
South Carolina Bar AssociationMember2010 - Present
South Carolina Women Lawyers AssociationMember2010 - Present
Charleston School of Law Alumni BoardBoard Member2011 - 2014
Charleston County Bar AssociationMember2010 - 2012
South Carolina Bar, Practice and Procedure CommitteeMember2010 - 2012
Publication nameTitleDate
South Carolina Bar CLEThe South Carolina Guardian ad Litem's Toolkikt2014
The Mac Lawyer BlogBlog Contributor2013
The SC Family Law BlogBlog Contributor2012
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Charleston School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2009
College of CharlestonPolitical ScienceBA - Bachelor of ArtsN/A
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
2016 Guardian ad Litem Training & Update CLEModerator/Judges Panel: “What Family Court Judges Want the GAL to Know2016
In the Best Interests of the Child: 2015 Annual Guardian ad Litem Training & Update CLEThe Top 10 Technology Resources for Guardians ad Litem2015
Hot Tips from the Coolest Domestic Law PractitionersProtecting Guardian ad Litem fees (& Attorney Fees) in Bankruptcy Court2015
CLE Essentials - Family LawGuardians ad Litem in Family Court2015
2015 Family Law SeminarEthical Marketing for Solos and Small Firms in the Internet Era2015
2015 FAMILY LAW SEMINARThe Benefits and Pitfalls of the Guardian Ad Litem in Parenting Disputes2015
Hot Tips SeminarIs the Guardian ad Litem a Party to the Litigation?2014
CLE Essentials - Family LawGuardians ad Litem2014
2014 Best Interests of the Child: Annual Guardian ad Litem Training & Update CLEThe GAL Report: What to Include, What to Exclude and Everything in Between2014
Un-Conference Tech SeminarEthics of Legal Marketing & Technology and Marketing for Solos and Small Firms2013
In the Best Interest of the Child: The 2013 South Carolina Guardian ad Litem Training and UpdateHow Fault Ground Allegations Affect the GAL Investigation2013
South Carolina Association for Justice Annual ConventionTaking Children Out of the Fire: Charleston County's Fast Track Custody Initiative2012
Law School for Non-LawyersThe Family Court Experience2012
In the Best Interests of the Child: Guardian ad Litem Training and UpdateThe GAL from the Lawyer and the Parent Perspective2012
SeminarHow to Hang a Shingle2011
Monthly GAL LuncheonCharleston County's Fast Track Custody Initiative2011
Hot Tips from the Coolest Domestic Law PractitionersTaking Children Out of the Fire: Charleston County's Fast Track Custody Program2011
ABA Fall Leadership Summit for Circuits 4, 5, & 6Solo Practitioner Discussion (Panel Member)2011