South Carolina Legal Services - Spartanburg Office

148 E. Main Street
Spartanburg, SC - 29306
Phone Number: (864) 582-0369
Fax Number: (864) 582-0302



South Carolina Legal Services (SCLS) provides free legal assistance in a wide variety of civil (non-criminal) legal matters to eligible low income residents of South Carolina.

SCLS handles civil (as opposed to criminal) cases that are non fee-generating. Fee generating cases are cases where an attorney receives payment from any settlement or judgment in his client's favor.

Our income guidelines are based upon the Federal Poverty guidelines. If you meet our income guidelines and have a civil legal problem of the type we can handle, you will qualify for our services.


Mission Statement: South Carolina Legal Services is a statewide law firm that provides civil legal services to protect the rights and represent the interests of low income South Carolinians.

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2020-05-18 08:46:42

Sirs: I am looking for a Motion to Change Custody of a Minor Child. I am unable to locate the forms for an Agreement to Change Custody. Would you please direct me so that I can file this myself. The custodial parent no longer desires to have the child with them.

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