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Angela Frazier Selected to the Greenville Business Magazine Legal Elite

Angela Frazier of Elliot Frazier Law Firm, LLC, has been newly elected to the Greenville Business Magazine Legal Elite. As a magazine that recognizes the top legal minds in the Upstate every year, Frazier has been acknowledged as one of the top family law attorneys in the area. Elliot Frazier Law Firm, LLC provides representation in Family Law, Conservator/Guardian Actions, Foreclosure Defense, and Personal Injury. 

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Greenville, SC, June 24, 2020 – Local Greenville, South Carolina law firm, Elliot Frazier Law Firm, LLC, is currently recognizing one of its lead attorneys, Angela Frazier, for having been selected to the Greenville Business Magazine Legal Elite. As a magazine that acknowledges business leaders, rising stars, entrepreneurs, and those that have exhibited an interest in the success of their local community, Greenville Business Magazine featured Legal Elite in 2012 to highlight the top legal minds in the Upstate. Angela Frazier has been recognized for being one of the top family law attorneys in the area.

Elliot Frazier Law Firm, LLC, provides its clients with excellent representation in the areas of Family Law, Conservator/Guardian Actions, Foreclosure Defense, and Personal Injury. Elliot Frazier Law Firm strives to relieve their clients the stress of their troubles and let their clients get back to their life.

Angela E. Frazier focuses her practice in Family Law, Conservator and Guardianship, and Personal Injury. She is a member of the South Carolina and Greenville County Bar Association, Greenville Chamber of Commerce, Greenville Association of Realtors, and serves on the Greenville Tech Advisory Committee for Paralegal Studies.

About Elliot Frazier Law Firm, LLC: Built on the belief that attorneys should be readily available to clients, Elliot Frazier Law Firm takes an empathetic approach to Family Law and Conservator/Guardianships. Elliot Frazier Law Firm is ready to assist clients with divorce, child support, child custody, and legal guardianship. By providing honest case evaluations, affordable fees, and aggressive representation, Elliot Frazier Law Firm understands the sensitive dynamics involved with family law and will guide their clients with a gentle hand.

Servicing Greenville, Spartanburg, Oconee, Anderson, and Pickens, South Carolina, Elliot Frazier Law Firm, LLC and its team has been rated among the top divorce attorney Greenville SC and the top family law attorney Greenville SC. The award-winning law firm prides itself on long-standing South Carolina roots and clients have continuously recognized the team for their consistent professionalism, understanding, and responsiveness. Elliot Frazier Law Firm, LLC has received the Nation’s Premier NAFLA Award for the last three years straight. For more information about Elliot Frazier Law Firm, LLC, please visit https://elliottfrazierlaw.com/.

About Angela E. Frazier: Inspired by her father, Senator Dick Elliot, Angela E. Frazier desired a life dedicated to working hard for her clients. At a young age, Frazier learned the value of a strong work ethic. Coupled with her extensive education and work experience, Frazier quickly became a top Greenville custody lawyer after opening Elliot Frazier Law Firm, LLC in 2012.

Having watched her father through his many years of service to his community, Frazier’s passions have since been embedded in “providing guidance and assistance” to not only the Greenville Tech paralegal program but to furthering developing relationships with her clients. Her motive for helping to better the lives of her clients stems from her love of meeting new clients where “even in a case such as a divorce or a personal injury, it is an honor to be able to help people through a difficult time in their life.” For more information about Angela Frazier and her accomplishments, please visit https://elliottfrazierlaw.com/angela-elliott-frazier/.

Contact Info:

Angela Frazier
Elliot Frazier Law Firm, LLC
601 E. McBeeAve. #107, Greenville, SC 29601
Office: (864) 256-3553

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