Charleston divorce attorney Andrew Pitchford wanted to pursue practicing family law because it concerns the issues that matter most to people – their personal and family relationships.
“Family law is likely the most common way that people will interact with the law and having someone knowledgeable on their side can be a tremendous relief for them,” Mr. Pitchford said. “I believe that being able to be there for someone with knowledge and compassion in one of the most difficult experiences of their life can have a profound effect.”
Mr. Pitchford always makes himself available to listen and offer the best course of action.
“No matter how daunting or stressful this situation may seem, we will get through it and everything will work out,” he said.
Mr. Pitchford is licensed to practice in South Carolina and West Virginia.
Mr. Pitchford earned his Bachelor of Arts in history with minors in French and philosophy from West Virginia University. He received his Juris Doctor from West Virginia University College of Law.
Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Mr. Pitchford worked on the national multi-district litigation case concerning the opioid epidemic. He helped counties and cities to receive funds from Pharmaceutical companies to combat the devastating effect that the opioid epidemic has caused in communities. He also has experience working in family law in South Carolina where he has helped with divorces, custody, visitation, alimony, and child support cases. While in law school, he was a student attorney in the child and family law clinic. While there, he worked on child custody, visitation, in-school IEP’s, and as a Guardian ad Litem.
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