Dallis & Badger, P.A.

Dallis & Badger, P.A.

Effective South Carolina Real Estate, Business Law and Probate Attorneys Guide Clients Through the Legal Process

Firm Overview

Finding simple solutions to complex problems since 1991
When dealing with a real estate transaction, a business law case or a probate matter, it's important to hire a law firm that is experienced and passionate enough to get you results. At the Charleston, South Carolina office of Dallis & Badger, P.A., we have the skills necessary to handle your case and to guide it toward a positive outcome. We offer high-quality legal counsel to individuals, families and businesses throughout Berkley, Dorchester and Charleston Counties. From the purchase of your new piece of real estate or business, until you are ready to sell, we can take care of your legal needs for the rest of your life.

An experienced firm with a personal touch
Any client who comes to Dallis & Badger, P.A. will receive our:
-Experienced counsel - At Dallis & Badger, our attorneys have more than 45 combined years of experience practicing law. This has given us substantial knowledge of - and familiarity with - South Carolina law that other attorneys won't be able to compete with. Because of our record of success, Attorney Dallis is AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available, for legal abilities and adherence to ethical standards.
-Personalized service - We don't take on large volumes of cases: our focus is not on just to expand our client list; instead, we go to great lengths to keep our existing clients for all their future legal needs. This enables us to get to know them better and to serve their case more effectively.
-Transactional practice - At Dallis & Badger, we don't focus on litigation. We handle the types of cases that can be solved at a conference table, not a courtroom.

Areas of practice
At Dallis & Badger, P.A., we handle the following types of cases:
-Real estate law - From the purchase to the sale - and everything in between -our extensive knowledge of real estate law will ensure that your case is given a positive resolution.
-Business law - We handle all types of business law problems, with a focus on purchase and sales. For high-quality service, come to Dallis & Badger, P.A.
-Wills & probate - We take care of all manner of wills & probate cases at Dallis & Badger. Let us secure your legacy today.

Main Office

Main Office
1721 Ashley River Road
Charleston SC 29407



Real Estate

A Veteran South Carolina Real Estate Law Firm Handling All of Your Problems

A wide range of services
At the Charleston, South Carolina law office of Dallis & Badger, P.A., we apply our extensive knowledge about property rights, real estate issues, finance and business to all areas of real estate law. With more than 45 combined years of experience in real estate law, we can help you with:
-Residential home sales transactions
-Commercial property sales transactions
-Homeowners associations
-Condominium law
-Landlordtenant disputes
-Real estate contracts
-Eminent domain
-Zoning, land-use and building permits
-Boundary and easement disputes
-Title disputes

Real estate transaction attorneys
From the offer to the sale, Dallis & Badger, P.A. handles all aspects of buying and selling real estate and construction so that you can feel confident about a smooth and precise transaction. Our attorneys can:
Draft or review your sales contract
Negotiate real estate agreements
Review your lending documents
Search and clear the title
Analyze your deal and correct potential problems
Handle land use, zoning and permitting
Conduct your real estate closing

Real estate litigation attorneys
Real estate litigation requires substantial knowledge about property laws and civil litigation, and it requires a dynamic courtroom presence. At Dallis & Badger, P.A., our attorneys have the specialized knowledge that is necessary to successfully litigate your real estate disputes.

Real estate negotiators
Some disputes are better solved outside of the courtroom. Our mediators are skilled at guiding the negotiations to protect your interests. By retaining an experienced mediator to strategize during the contract negotiation process, you can often prevent disputes from arising at a later stage in the real estate transaction. This can save time, costs and frustrations.

W. Alex Dallis

Dallis & Badger, P.A.

Practice Areas:
Real Estate Residential and Commercial Real Estate; Wills, Probate, Ancillary Administration; Business Law, including Company Formation; Business Purchases and Sales; Collections, including Foreclosures

1981: South Carolina; U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina; and U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; and registered to practice before U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Law School:
University of South Carolina, J.D.

Charleston County and American (Member: Patent, Trademark and Copyright Law Section; Forum Committee on the Construction Industry) Bar Associations; South Carolina Bar (Member, Patent, Trademark and Copyright Law Committee); American Society of Civil Engineers (President, South Carolina Section, 19871988; Member, Committee on Standards of Practice, 1989).

Sigma Xi; Phi Delta Phi; Society of Wig and Robe; Order of the Coif. Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award in Trusts and Estates. Member, South Carolina Law Review, 1980-1981. Co-Author: "Getting Started: A Practical Guide to Opening a Law Office"; "Blowup of Concrete Pavements", SC Bar Y.L.D. (1989). Author: "Resolution of Boundary Disputes" and "Recent Developments and Case Study," Boundary Disputes in South Carolina Publication. Adjunct Professor: Department of Civil Engineering, Clemson University and The Citadel, 1987; Department of Business Administration, The Citadel, 19881989. President: Charleston Lions Club; Charles Webb Easter Seal Center, Inc.; Eastern Branch, S.C. Section, American Society of Civil Engineers (Member, National Committee on Standards of Practice, ASCE); S.C. Section of ASCE; Charleston Council of the U.S. Navy League. Chairman, March of Dimes WalkAmerica Committee. Member, March of Dimes Advisory Board.

Columbia, South Carolina, 1956


University of South Carolina
Juris Doctorate,