Attorney & Partner
I had a bit of an untraditional path to the law. I have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and planned on using that to help pay for medical school or open my own home healthcare business. When I realized that medicine was not my calling, I chose a career in law. I began as an injury and accident attorney, utilizing my medical knowledge in medically sensitive cases.
Life, however, changed some of my plans. As I branched out on my own life and family kept drawing my practice into the sphere of family law. My wife and I have two children. When my youngest was diagnosed with autism, I had to increase my focus on my family. With that increased personal focus on family, my practice began to change from one in which I practiced some family law to a practice with a primary focus on family law. I still enjoy accident cases and criminal cases, but my life is family focused and now, so is my practice.
I formed Indigo Family Law with Brana Williams because we both shared a vision for a family first practice. I feel that in our community there is a need for a legal practice that has at its core protecting and preserving families both today and in the future. At Indigo Family Law we represent families going through difficult times like divorce and child custody, families whose loved ones have been arrested or injured, and now we are also helping families preserve their futures through legacy planning and wealth protection. As a husband, father, and attorney, I understand how important it is to live for today and to plan for tomorrow to protect your children. That is, in essence, the Indigo difference.
South Carolina Bar, Horry County Bar, 4th Circuit Federal Bar
Memberships: SC Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers,
Bachelor of Science Nursing Kent State University
JD University of Baltimore School of Law
Attorney for the Horry County Volunteer Guardian ad Litem Program
Board of Directors SOS Healthcare
Former Board of Directors Member of the Horry County Heroes For Children (a non-profit support group for the Horry County Volunteer Guardian Ad Litem Program)