About the Horton Law Firm
The Horton Law Firm offers the capabilities and experience of a large, regional firm with the personal interaction and service of a small office. Like the city of Greenville that we call home, our lawyers maintain small-town values even as our firm and client list grows.
Each attorney at the Horton Law Firm focuses on just a few areas of the law in order to deliver knowledgeable, well researched, and value-added legal services to individuals and businesses. Each practice area is led by a partner or partners with decades of experience representing clients in complex transactions as well as high stakes litigation. We leverage our wealth of experience, efficient delivery of legal services, and finely honed litigation and mediation skills to offer corporate and individual clients high quality, aggressive representation. We take our clients’ cases and their causes personally.
The mission of Horton Law Firm:
- To deliver high quality and ethical representation at a reasonable fee
- To put the client first
- To be creative and aggressive in solving our clients’ legal issues.
This is our commitment to our clients, and this will be our commitment to you.
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Since 1970, our experienced team has provided thoughtful counsel and aggressive representation to both businesses and individuals.
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