Realistic Advice for Real Problems
The firm was established in the Spring of 2003. The Mosteller Law Firm LLC is a general practice which focuses primarily on personal injury, divorce, criminal cases, business disputes, and real estate.Example cases
Boyd v. Bellsouth
Outcome: Won at Court of Appeals and Supreme Court
Description: This case involved a dispute of the continued use of a driveway over property owned by Bellsouth, after Bellsouth sold a portion of the property to my client. The rear of the building they purchased from Bellsouth was accessed for over fifty years by a driveway that went through property retained by Bellsouth. The court held that my clients could continue to use the driveway to access their property under the doctrine of an implied easement by prior use.
Wade v. Blue:
Description: Lengthy tribal dispute over Catawba Indian nation governance, accounting and other issues. More information at http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-4th-circuit/1005994.html
P.O. Box 1832
Barnwell SC 29812
Free consultation for personal injury cases, and $150 per consult for other types of cases.
Yes, I often quote fixed prices or contingent fees if an hourly rate would not be applicable.
$250.00 per hour, or less depending on type of case, and whether or not a success bonus is built into fee agreement.
Monday through Thursday
8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Wednesdays and Fridays, and by appointment.
I have three personnel, who each handle different aspects of the work.
322 Laurens St. NW
I do not have a primary area of practice, simply because I find a general practice to be more varied and interesting than specializing or focusing in one area of the law.
I think it is healthy and that I should assist them in understanding the law as it applies to the facts and circumstances of the case.
I usually prefer to draft the documents myself or have one of my paralegals do so, but will of course review documents prepared by the clients.
Not too willing. I think that beyond telling them some generalities, that coaching sets up a potential ethical quagmire.
Prior to 2003, I was employed for almost seven years by Bedinfield and Williams. Before that I established the office of General Counsel to Augusta Fiberglass, and was its first in-house lawyer. After graduating law school I worked for a year as an associate and then a year as an assistant prosecutor in the Second Judicial Circuit.
I think that being a husband and father has made my representation of family court clients better than when I was single, but I never would have admitted that before I got married and had children. I have worked as a librarian, was on the debate team for Wofford College and have always enjoyed research. I think these characteristics have been brought into my legal career and have helped me in my representation of clients.
My greatest strength is the willingness and ability to see both sides of an issue, which helps in settling cases.Personal interests:
I enjoy competition, tennis being the primary sport I play. I enjoy reading fiction and non-fiction. I love being with my wife and children, playing tennis and other games with them, going to events with them, etc.
South Carolina, 2011
Bachelor of Arts, 1985
University of South Carolina
Juris Doctor, 1988
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