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Senior Associate, Jonathan Lounsberry Elected to Serve in the SC Bar House of Delegates

Posted by Jenny R. Stevens | May 08, 2017 | 0 Comments

Senior Associate, Jonathan W. Lounsberry,was recently elected to the South Carolina Bar House of Delegates to fill a vacancy in the 7thJudicial Circuit. The South Carolina Bar House of Delegates establishes policy for the Bar. It meets at least twice a year and is composed of the following:  delegates from each judicial circuit; 2 at-large delegates, 2 delegates from out of state; delegates from 18 Bar Sections; all past presidents of the Bar; the Deans of USC Law and the Charleston School of Law; delegates from the Young Lawyers Division and the Senior Lawyers Division; and the Bar's Board of Governors.

The attorneys at The Stevens Firm have a long history of serving the South Carolina Bar in many volunteer capacities teaching other attorneys and serving the public. We are committed to trying to make our communities better places to live and our Bar more beneficial for our fellow attorneys. 

The Stevens Firm, P.A. - Family Law Center has provided exceptional legal counsel and support to families throughout South Carolina for over two decades, handling all matters of family law, such as child custody, child support, and divorce. We are well-equipped to handle all divorce and family law matters, no matter your circumstances. Contact us at (864) 598-9172 to schedule an initial consultation.

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Jonathan W. Lounsberry

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Jenny R. Stevens

Jenny has been certified as a Guardian ad Litem for many years, and she finds her work representing children in private custody litigation to be some of the most rewarding work in the practice of law. These cases, along with her own personal experience with divorce, inspired her to practice family law in a way which focuses not only on the legal aspect of family law, but also on the impact these events have on the individuals involved. Being a wife, mother and stepmother herself, Jenny understands the compassion and sensitivity needed to help guide families through these transitions.


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