South Carolina Legal Services - Rock Hill Office

214 Johnston Street
Rock Hill, SC - 29730
Phone Number: (803) 327-9001
Fax Number: (803) 327-7105



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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I need to get a divorce, spouse lives in TN and I live in SC.  I am on disability and cannot afford an attorney
Thursday, July 14, 2022

I need to get a divorce, spouse lives in TN and I live in SC. I am on disability and cannot afford an attorney

Wills and estates
Monday, September 27, 2021

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3 Comments

2019-12-27 06:17:11

I need representation for a divorce. I'm currently paying child support and the Sheriff showed up at mother's home.

2020-09-10 11:07:18

I am looking to get my 14 year old daughters last name changed at her request. She will be 15 in December. Is this something you can help with or guide me in the right direction?

2021-01-11 14:48:42

I am trying to find a pro bono lawyer to help my daddy. His wife passed away a year ago December 14, 2019. At first her children acted like they were going to work with daddy on dividing up the property after her death. In this past year they have claimed that he abandoned his house & property which was suppose to be divided between my dad and her kids, my dad half and her kids half which they have to divide between four of them. Since then they have always went and changed the locks on his trailer and his storage buildings without permission, they went in and stripped everything put of his home and the buildings. When they were confronted about it they said they hadn't been anywhere near his stuff them after we got the sheriff's department involved in and then a detective, the youngest son called daddy and told him that he had went there and got his stuff to put into storage so that no one would break in and steal any of his stuff, including a bunch of tools. They have been tormenting my dad with letters making it sound like he just walked away from everything and they keeping his nerves tore up. Daddy just received papers from the probate court to sign and send back in so that it closed now. Daddy has made numerous attempts at trying to settle things with them, but they are just being too outlandish about stuff and just wanting everything and not leave daddy with anything. He desperately needs help, but he has a very little income. Could you please help?

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