Dedicated to Resolution in Family Law

Family issues are emotional. When you are facing a divorce, child custody or visitation matter it affects your work, social life and even your mental health.

Personal and Responsive

Life brings unexpected challenges. Fortunately there is help. At Curtis & Croft, L.L.C., we can help. We offer established legal services in family court including:

  • Divorce
  • Alimony
  • Custody and visitation
  • Paternity
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Grandparent custody
  • Child support
  • Guardian ad Litem
  • Adoption (private adoptions and DSS adoptions)

Skilled Divorce Representation

While divorce is never simple, we work with you to make a smooth transition. We help you see the big picture so that you are able to make clearheaded decisions. Knowing your options and the process is crucial in planning for a better future for you and your family. We will do whatever is necessary to reach the desired outcome. Sometimes this means working through tough negotiations to reach a fair and equitable resolution. Other times this means preparing for trial and moving forward.

Your Advocate In Child Custody

In South Carolina, neither parent has an automatic right to custody according to our state's divorce laws. At Curtis & Croft, L.L.C., our family law lawyers are committed to making sure the needs of your family — including the most vulnerable members — are met. Working with a legal professional who knows the South Carolina Children's Code can ensure that the welfare of your children is the number one priority. At Curtis & Croft, L.L.C., your needs and goals are carefully assessed and a workable plan is created. Working with a professional can save you time and money and ease the stress of major decision-making.

The Protection You Need

Whether you are facing a paternity suit or pursuing one, we can help. Paternity is the legal relationship between a father and his child or children. It does not matter if the mother and father are married for paternity to be established. South Carolina law however will grant sole custody to the mother if the parents are not married and paternity has not been established. Our family law attorneys can assist you in establishing paternity or in defending you against doubtful paternity claims.

Speak With an Attorney

No matter what your Sumter family law matter, we offer accessible, responsive and knowledgeable help. Contact us online or call us at 803.883.0609. Locally, we can be reached at 803.778.7404. We offer initial consultations and will tell you how we can help.