I grew up in Spartanburg, and remained in Spartanburg until I graduated from Wofford College with a degree in psychology. At the suggestion of some friends, I decided to attend law school at the University of South Carolina. After finishing law school, I was given the opportunity to serve as a law clerk for Circuit Judge Kenneth G. Goode. Following the one-year clerkship, I moved back to Spartanburg and worked as an assistant solicitor under Trey Gowdy in the Seventh Judicial Circuit. I joined the private practice of Burts Turner & Rhodes in 2007. While I practice in multiple areas of law, the majority of my practice is in Family Law [divorce, custody, support], Probate [wills, trusts, and estates], Civil Litigation [contracts, construction law and real estate disputes] and Personal Injury.
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