Suzanne Lafleur Klok represents individuals who are facing life changing events and those who wish to protect themselves from unnecessary hardship. Her practice includes debt negotiation, elder law, estate planning, probate, family law and bankruptcy cases, as well as business formation services. Suzanne practices a holistic approach to the practice of law. By focusing on individual client needs, Suzanne is able formulate a unique strategic plan for each of her clients.
Prior to establishing the Klok Law Firm, Suzanne had over a decade of litigation experience in products liability, personal injury, transportation, tobacco, medical devices, environmental toxic tort and securities and consumer fraud class action litigation. Suzanne's meticulous pre-trial skills and ability to identify critical facts and supporting evidence has allowed her the flexibility to practice in a variety of complex areas. Early in her career, Suzanne practiced corporate and tax law. She also speaks at legal education seminars on a variety of topics. Suzanne serves on the Board of Directors of the South Carolina Collaborative Law Institute, a non-profit organization, formed to educate the public on an alternative to aggressive litigation which allows them to resolve disputes without going to court.
Believing in the importance of connecting with her community, Suzanne is a volunteer Guardian ad litem. Through her volunteer work as a Guardian ad litem she is able to speak for the most vulnerable in our society, our children. Suzanne was also one of the first private attorneys to collaborate with the Homeownership Resource Center, a division of Family Services, Inc., a local non-profit agency, to assist homeowners in financial crisis. By providing counseling and debt negotiation services at no charge to homeowners through the Homeownership Resource Center, she works with homeowners and loan services to try and help homeowners keep their homes. In the past, Suzanne has served on the Board of Directors for East Cooper Meals on Wheels.