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Divorce, Family Law and Criminal Law

Attorney in Lancaster SC

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Help with Criminal Defense, Divorce, Family Law, and DUI Defense

Nathan J. Sheldon regularly represents clients in Indian Land, Lancaster and Lancaster County, SC.

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About Nathan J. Sheldon

Nathan J. Sheldon understands that selecting an attorney to represent you in a legal matter is a difficult decision. His goal is to make your experience with him different than what you may have heard about with other lawyers.

As a criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor, he understands the criminal justice system and what it takes to fight for your rights in a criminal matter.

As a family law attorney with over 10 years of experience, Nathan Sheldon can help you with many legal matters that involve families. He was named as one of the Top 10 Family Law Attorney’s under 40 in South Carolina by the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys. As a former prosecutor, he’s comfortable in litigation and standing up in family court to present your case.

Lancaster County SC Criminal Defense Attorney and DUI Defense Attorney

Each year over 3,000 crimes are reported in Lancaster County, SC. If you’ve been accused of one of those crimes, you need the help of an experienced criminal defense attorney. Nathan Sheldon is a member of the South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is an experienced criminal defense attorney, representing those accused of many different crimes, including murder.

DUI Defense

Drug Charges Defense

Other Criminal Defense

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Divorce and Family Law in Lancaster SC

Around 250 divorces become final in Lancaster County, South Carolina each year. Most of those divorces involve children. As an experienced family attorney, Nathan Sheldon can help you achieve the best possible outcome for your finances and your children. He can also help you with modifications and enforcement when something has changed after a divorce becomes final.