Greenville County Family Court

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The Greenville County Family Court in Greenville, South Carolina, specializes in handling legal issues related to family matters. This court addresses cases such as divorce, child custody, support, and adoption, focusing on disputes and issues that affect family relationships. Its role is to provide a forum for resolving these sensitive matters in a manner that is both fair and considerate of the complexities involved in family law.

Greenville County Family Court

The Family Court is dedicated to ensuring that decisions are made in the best interests of families and children involved. As a component of the South Carolina Judicial System, it aligns its operations with state laws while concentrating on the unique needs of families in Greenville County.

Court Judge

Brice Garrett – Clerk of Court

Location and Contact Information

Address: 350 Halton Road, Post Office Box 27107, Greenville, SC 29616

Phone: 864-467-5800

Fax: 864-467-5856

Website: www.greenvillecounty.org/FamilyCourt/

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