Dalton B. Floyd, Jr. is an attorney practicing in the State of South Carolina. His law practice, established in 1973 is a complete source for almost all types of legal work. Dalton has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina and a Juris Doctor and L.L.B., cum laude, from the University Of South Carolina School Of Law. He served as a Captain in the United States Air Force from 1963-1966 and was certified as Trial and Defense Counsel of the Judge Advocate General Corp for the United States Air Force.
Dalton’s legal experience is vast and includes time as the Assistant Solicitor for Florence County and the attorney for the Carolinas Section of the PGA of America. He has organized and served as general counsel of three financial institutions: Waccamaw State Bank, Patriot Federal Savings and Loan and SunBank. Dalton previously served as Chairman of the General Practice Section and the Economic and Law Office Management Committee of the South Carolina Bar. Most recently, he was awarded the “Order of the Palmetto,” the state’s highest civilian award for service to his state as the Chairman of the South Carolina Higher Education Commission. He also serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Winthrop University and is a member of Brookgreen Gardens’ Board of Trustees and The South Carolina Higher Education Foundation. Dalton is dedicated to serving our youth and plays an active role at Coastal Carolina University serving as Vice Chairman of the Coastal Educational Foundation Investment Committee and Chairman of the Legacy Advisory Council.
Bradley A. Floyd received his undergraduate degree from The University of South Carolina with a B.A. in marketing and management. He obtained his law degree from The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law School where he was a member of the Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity and earned the Dean’s Certificate of Service Award. Bradley is certified to practice in South Carolina State and Federal Courts.
After graduating from law school, Bradley clerked for the Honorable Michael G. Nettles, Circuit Court Judge of the 12th Circuit District of South Carolina.
During his time in Arkansas, Bradley participated in the Big Brother/Big Sister organization, coached YMCA Soccer, was a Mock Trial Trainer and Rights & Liberties Teacher for Hall High School, and mentored with Volunteers in Public Schools through the Pulaski County School District.
Bradley is an active member of Horry and Georgetown County Communities and currently serves on the board of directors for St. Frances Animal Center and Habitat for Humanity of Georgetown County and serves on the board of visitors for the Spadoni College of Education at Coastal Carolina University.
Terrence R. Real received his bachelor's degree in English from Kent State University in 1973 and his master's degree in English from the University of Chicago in 1974. He worked as a newsletter reporter and legislative assistant in Washington, D.C. and then attended the Georgetown University Law Center, where he received his law degree in 1981.
Collin Jewell is a graduate of the Charleston School of Law in Charleston, South Carolina where he was an active participant in arbitration and mock trial competitions. Among his accolades, Collin was a semi-finalist in the regional arbitration competition at Georgetown University in Washington, DC in fall of 2009.
Collin earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in business law from Stetson University in DeLand, FL. While at Stetson he served as Treasurer of Pi Kappa Phi, Judicial Board member of the Inter-fraternal Counsel and Vice President of Risk Management of the Inter-fraternal Counsel.
As an associate attorney at The Floyd Law Firm, Mr. Jewell's area of practice will include civil litigation, criminal defense, estate planning, corporate formation and real estate law. He is an active member of the Georgetown County Bar Association, the Horry County Bar Association, the South Carolina Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
A graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law, Brittney J. Farish received her Juris Doctor and was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in 2011. While in law school, Brittney was Secretary of the Student Bar Association, a Student Attorney for the school’s Nonprofit Organizations Legal Clinic and completed the Children’s Law Externship. Brittney graduated Cum Laude with her Bachelor of Arts in English from the College of Charleston, where she was inducted into Sigma Tau Delta.
Originally from Columbia, South Carolina, Linda moved to Surfside Beach in 1983 with her family. Linda joined The Floyd Law Firm in 2003 as Receptionist. She fills this position and wears many hats.
Fanny H. Hall, Legal Assistant/Paralegal and Mediation Coordinator to Dalton B. Floyd, Jr., born and raised in Horry County, South Carolina, attended Southeastern Community College in Whiteville, North Carolina. Fanny began working for The Floyd Law Firm PC in 1988. The areas of law which Fanny has extensive experience is estate planning, probate, criminal, litigation, timeshare foreclosures, homeowner's association matters, family law, commercial real estate, business/corporate and real estate title insurance.
Joanne Stivason is originally from Pittsburg, Pennsylvania where she was born and raised. She is a graduate from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology Pre-Law. Her work experience involves a background as loan officer with a national finance company and a settlement agent with a national closing services company that provided appraisals, title insurance, closing and deed preparation services for major real estate lenders.
In 2005, Joanne moved to Myrtle Beach with her husband and two children. She has worked as a legal assistant since then and has experience and knowledge of Title Insurance, Real Estate Foreclosures, Short-Sales, Commercial and Residential Real Estate transactions. Joanne has recently joined the Floyd Law Firm in October 2012, and works as a legal assistant in the Real Estate Department.
Linda worked in the area of Family Law for 25 years before relocating from New Jersey to South Carolina. She received her Paralegal Certification in 1994. She relocated from New Jersey to South Carolina in 2006 and commenced her employment with The Floyd Law Firm in 2007. She works hand-in-hand with Frank J. Bryan, Esq.; Bradley A. Floyd, Esq. and Collin R. Jewell, Esq., handling all aspects of personal injury, foreclosure, criminal, domestic, and HOA matters.
An accomplished legal assistant/paralegal with 34 years of legal experience gleaned from working with top attorneys at law firms in West Virginia (medical malpractice, personal injury, domestic, bankruptcy, general litigation, real estate and criminal defense), Maine (complex litigation), and South Carolina (medical malpractice defense). Peggy previously worked at the Floyd Law Firm from 1994 through 1999 and returned to work at the firm in June of 2009. At the Floyd Law Firm, she enjoys working in the areas of probate, litigation, domestic, estate planning, personal injury, corporate, and foreclosure, as well as maintaining a working knowledge of a broad range of legal matters. Her main goal is to ensure that every client of the Floyd Law Firm receives the best service possible.
Moving to Myrtle Beach in 2005, Kathleen graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Human Resource Management from Judson University in Elgin, Illinois and obtained her PHR certification in 2002. In Illinois, Kathleen worked for 8 years as a Controller in the insurance industry, 3 years as Office Manager for the Burpee Museum of Natural History, and 2 years as grant manager for the University of Illinois College of Medicine. She is the proud mother of a daughter, Rebecca, and son, Grant, both living and working in the northern Illinois and Chicago regions respectively. She also has two adorable grandsons.
Holly Foster obtained her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Michigan, and went on to earn her Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law in 1994. She was admitted to practice in New Jersey in 1994 and in Virginia in 1996. Holly practiced in Virginia from 1996 to 1997 and then relocated back to New Jersey, where she continued to practice as a trial lawyer until 2008. In 2009, Holly relocated to South Carolina due to health issues, and is now working with the Floyd Law Firm. Holly has a great deal of experience and knowledge in the fields of insurance law and personal injury. She also brings with her a solid background in trial preparation. Holly is working closely with Bradley A. Floyd and Collin Jewell on a variety of litigated matters
Evone P. Morris, was born June 22, 1941, in Hannah, South Carolina. She graduated from Hannah High School in 1959 and worked 3 months with Wentworth Manufacturing Company in Lake City serving in various departments. In 1960, she started work with the Nettles and Thomy Law Firm, taking some time off for the birth of her two sons and returning part time in 1965. Dalton B. Floyd, Jr. joined the firm of Nettles, Thomy and Floyd in 1967. The Floyd Law Firm was established in 1967. She will celebrate forty years with the firm next year and presently works out of the Lake City office.
Legal Assistant/Paralegal for 31 years working with attorneys in North Carolina and Virginia. Becky has worked in several different areas of the legal field with her primary focus in the area of real estate. She relocated to the Myrtle Beach area in the summer of 2011 and began working for the Floyd Law Firm as a Legal Assistant in the Real Estate Department. Becky’s work includes residential and commercial real estate matters as well as real estate title insurance.
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