Amanda

Bruton

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Rock Hill, SC
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in SC
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About Amanda

I am a licensed attorney in South Carolina and Georgia the managing attorney at The Bruton Law Firm. I received her undergraduate degree and law degree from the University of South Carolina. As a former Social Worker and Staff Attorney for the South Carolina Department of Social Services, I am dedicated to assisting families in receiving the proper care and treatment when there is DSS involvement. It is extremely important to me that people are aware of all their options when faced with a legal dilemma. I work diligently to achieve an agreement through either mediation or negotiations with opposing counsel/parties. Litigating a case in court is merely one of many options.

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