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The Horton Law Firm is a full-service law firm located in the Pettigru Historic District in downtown Greenville, South Carolina. Founded in 1970, the Horton Law Firm handles cases for individuals, businesses and public and private organizations.

In the age of large law firms merging to form even larger multi-state firms, the Horton Law Firm has chosen to remain small to better serve our individual and corporate clients in South Carolina. Each client interacts directly with the partner who handles their case — not a long line of associate attorneys, paralegals or assistants. We believe that every client deserves to talk to the lawyer who is personally involved and responsible for their case.

We offer highly skilled, experienced and aggressive legal representation in Greenville and the surrounding areas. Our lawyers work diligently to provide cost-effective solutions to a broad range of legal matters. We are ready to work for you.

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Our attorneys have decades of legal experience in each of the firm’s practice areas. Businesses and individuals have sought Horton’s thoughtful counsel and aggressive representation since 1970.


Our attorneys have extensive experience in a wide range of practice areas, including Business Litigation, Real Estate, Family Law, Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury.


At our Greenville office, we combine the experience and capabilities of a large firm with the personal, individual service of a small office.


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