Law Office of Jim O'Connor

200 East Main StreetLexington, SC 29072

Updated: 11/19/2017


The Law Office of Jim O'Connor is a firm committed to its' clients well-being. There, it is believed that every person and client should be treated with respect and dignity. Every case should be handled with attentiveness and all aspects of the law considered. It is not always about just the law; sometimes a person with legal issues needs a person consult with or express their fears and worries associated with their case. At the Law Office of Jim O'Connor, a twenty-four hour a day consultation...

Office Info

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Jim O'Connor Law Office


  • English (Primary)
  • French

Practice Areas

  • Divorce
  • Child Support
  • Criminal Law
  • Custody & Visitation
  • Family Law




Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


200 East Main StreetLexington, SC 29072

Office Hours

Open Hours - Call 24 Hours a day


  • 803-358-7233


Other Offices

Law Office of Jim O'ConnorPost Office Box 97Lexington, South Carolina 29071803-429-5733

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