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The Floyd Law Firm welcomes you to our new website

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The Floyd Law Firm PC is proud to announce our brand new website! Please take a moment to learn more about us and our team of experienced Attorneys. Feel free to browse through our many legal Practice Areas that contain helpful information about how we can help you.

We understand how important it is for visitors of our website to be able to quickly find what they are looking for, so our website is clean, concise, and simple to navigate. Our website allows you to easily Contact Us, whether you are on your smart phone, tablet, or home computer.

In April of 2019, we began working with GINGALLEY LLC who designed a functional website for us with a friendly user experience in mind. While we were busy working with our existing clients and caseload, the web design team was at work showcasing all that we have to offer in graphics and words.

We’re always here to help those with legal matters involving family, estate planning, personal injury, real estate, elder law, business litigation, and many other legal concerns.

The Floyd Law Firm is located in Surfside Beach, South Carolina and represents individuals, families, and businesses throughout the Grand Strand and our great state.

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