Clemmons Law Firm, LLC

Firm Overview

Main Office
Main Office
1800 N. Oak Street
Myrtle Beach  SC  29577
  • (843) 448-4246
  • (843) 448-4292
Clemmons Law Firm specializes in bankruptcy and debt related issues. If you believe that bankruptcy may be a potential solution for you, then we are here to answer any questions that you may have.
Clemmons Law Firm can advise you regarding all aspects of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Bankruptcy can help solve issues related to many different types of debt and even stop foreclosures from occurring.

Clemmons Law Firm serves clients all across the Grand Strand, including areas such as Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Conway, Little River, Georgetown, Garden City, Murrells Inlet, Pawley's Island, and other nearby areas.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Alan Clemmons, the law firm's founder, has been serving the Myrtle Beach area since becoming an attorney in 1990. Alan saw the need for a bankruptcy department in the firm after seeing many people struggle financially in the surrounding areas.

The bankruptcy department at Clemmons Law Firm now helps people with debt problems on a regular basis.

Alan Clemmons

I am a proud fourth generation native of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Upon my graduation from Myrtle Beach High School in 1977, I volunteered to be a lay missionary to the native Maya of Southern Mexico, where I served until 1980. When I returned to Myrtle Beach, I attended Coastal Carolina University and graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. I then paused my education and worked in hotel and resort property management for five years. After gaining valuable experience in the Myrtle Beach business world, I continued my education to receive my law degree in December 1989, from Minnesota's Hamlin University School of Law. In 1990, I was administered the oath as a member of the South Carolina Bar.

It has been my honor to serve the people of Myrtle Beach as an attorney and also as a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives, where I was duly elected in 2002. Today, I am serving as Chairman of the House Rules Committee.

After recognizing the need for legal services for those suffering financial hardship across the Grand Strand, I added a bankruptcy department within Clemmons Law Firm, LLC. Since then I have been able to assemble a staff that maintains a commitment to providing compassionate, caring, and professional assistance to those in need.

Patricia Anderson

After twenty years in the business profession, I decided to attend law school and become an attorney. My passion to help people in and around the Myrtle Beach area and make a difference in an individual's life has led me to become a bankruptcy attorney. Bankruptcy law affords me the ability to possess the qualities of an attorney I always envisioned: sensitivity, dedication, integrity, and compassion.

I am able to help clients change their life and situation, relieve the overwhelming pressure and stress they face, and find a positive solution in a very frightening and difficult time. The ability to use bankruptcy law to bring a swift resolution to a troubled client's financial situation is the ultimate reward as an attorney. The "Beauty in Bankruptcy" is the smile that appears through the anguish and tears I often see on my clients' faces. For this experience, I am filled with humility and gratitude to be the bankruptcy attorney you choose.

Spencer Powell

I grew up in the small town of Johnsonville, South Carolina, before leaving to attend Clemson University from 2008-2012. I decided in college that I wanted to continue my learning experience, so I enrolled at the Charlotte School of Law in 2012. After graduating from law school in 2015, I gained admittance into the South Carolina Bar that same year. I immediately found a job as a bankruptcy attorney and began helping people file for bankruptcy.

I have been practicing bankruptcy law for over a year now and have found that working in this particular field can be one of the most gratifying jobs for an attorney. The clients that I serve are typically struggling financially and feel that they have the weight of the world on their shoulders. Bankruptcy allows these people to have that burden lifted off of them to live without the stress of debt. One of the biggest rewards I can receive as a person, as well as an attorney, is that I helped change a person's life for the better and bankruptcy law allows me to do that each day.

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