South Carolina Family Courts have the power to grant relief to family members when they most need it. The Family Court can issue orders relating to the custody of children, visitation with children (including grandparent visitation), the payment of child support or alimony, protection from domestic abuse, or the division of marital assets and debt, among many other issues. Almost all issues raised in a family court case are extremely important to the parties involved, and equally sensitive in nature.
Danny Prenner and his legal assistant, Sarah Pendleton, have over twenty years of combined experience helping clients with family law issues. Mr. Prenner strives to understand the detailed facts of his clients’ lives, including personal relationships, parenting capabilities, and financial matters, so that he can zealously advocate his clients’ interests. At the same time, Mr. Prenner recognizes the dignity of each family member, and encourages parties to work together so that they can assist in crafting their own solutions, and move forward from the family court process toward a healthy and prosperous future.
During the initial consultation process, Mr. Prenner can help you or your family member or friend understand the family court process, and identify factual and legal issues presented in your case.
On this website, you will find a brief explanation of some of the issues addressed by the South Carolina Family Courts. This information was drafted by Mr. Prenner for the limited purpose of providing knowledge to interested persons; however, it is not intended or offered as legal advice in any specific case. If you would like to discuss your case with Mr. Prenner, please contact our office today in order to schedule a consultation. We look forward to working with you to create progress and health for you and your loved ones.