L. Allison Black
When I began working in a law firm back in 2005 I was hired to answer the phones and do filing. I never dreamed that I would one day be practicing law. I think having that experience of working in every role within the firm gives me a unique perspective in my practice and has equipped me with the practical skills necessary to provide the best possible service to our clients. I can remember the attorney that I worked for telling me that there are only two things in life worth fighting for –your family and your freedom. I think that absolutely rings true and it explains why I am drawn to family law. I also believe that we have a duty to protect and fight for those most vulnerable among us – elders and children. I believe that we are only adults for a brief time in this life and that we must use that time wisely to make the most positive impact on the world. That is ultimately what pushed me to go to law school in 2013 at the Charleston School of Law. Since graduation and swearing in to the Bar in 2016, I have been practicing primarily in the family law arena in Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester, Horry, and Georgetown counties. I am particularly interested in serving as a guardian ad litem both in child custody actions and for vulnerable adults in Guardian and Conservatorship proceedings in Probate Court. I feel privileged to be a part of the Indigo Family Law team and I’m excited about how this firm is growing.
- Guardian ad Litem
- Honed trial skills with National Institute of Trial Advocacy in Spring of 2019
- Served a year as a VOCA Attorney with South Carolina Legal Services representing victims of domestic violence in Charleston, Berkeley, Beaufort, Dorchester, Jasper, Hampton, Georgetown, and Horry Counties.
- Member of the Horry County Bar Association