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Here at Nantz Law, we don’t subscribe to a purely transactional approach to practice, focusing on a single, one-off interaction.
Our focus is on building long-term relationships. Relationships matter. There is no substitute for practical, common-sense legal advice when you need it, coming from a lawyer who knows you, and who knows your business. Getting to know you and how you think, and learning your concerns is a crucial part to building those relationships. Gaining a complete and focused picture of your goals allows for more informed, consistent, and functional results in legal planning.
Nantz Law is focused on business transactions and real estate transactions, commercial and business related negotiation and litigation, as well as planning and administering complex trusts and estates.
Our team of highly-skilled lawyers have decades of experience advising clients on contractual, leasing, financing and title matters, and have successfully assisted individual and institutional clients in navigating sophisticated business transactions.
Our practice also assists in the formation or restructuring of various business entities and enterprises, including special purpose entities and investment vehicles, and have represented companies and individuals in a variety of property and commercial disputes.
By appointment only
1236 Ebenezer Road,
Rock Hill, SC 29732
122 Ben Casey Drive,
Fort Mill, SC 29708
3 Broad Street
Charleston, SC 29401
“I completed my undergraduate work at The College of Charleston and obtained my Juris Doctor at the Charleston School of Law. I’m admitted to the bar in South Carolina, and am a member the American Bar Association, as well as various other professional organizations.”
“I have a wonderful wife, Melissa, who I met in high school, and who helps me keep after two trouble-making dogs. In my personal time, I enjoy playing tennis, attempting golf, fishing, hiking, and watching football, baseball, and motorsports. I’m a member of the College of Charleston Alumni Association, Eagle Scout, and member South Carolina AFM (Mariners No. 2).”
The point is to become a part of the client’s team. Not providing service to the client, but with the client; it sounds semantic, but it’s an important difference.
Collaboration and teamwork with clients is key to understanding client’s concerns and vision.
“I obtained my undergraduate degree in accounting and legal studies at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and then completed my Juris Doctor at the Charleston School of Law.
I am a member of the American Bar Association and am published in the Charleston Law Review for a business law related article.”
During my personal time I’m a self professed foodie – I enjoy cooking and exploring the endless and unusual cuisines that Charleston has to offer.