Attorney Susan A. Armstrong is a Charleston native and 1973 graduate of Wando High School. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Furman University in 1980, and went on to receive her Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1986 where she served on the editorial staff of the school’s flagship publication, the South Carolina Law Review. Mrs. Armstrong also holds a Master of Arts in Counseling from Wake Forest University (1991) and, in addition to being a licensed attorney in South Carolina (1994) and North Carolina (1995), she is also a licensed South Carolina mental health counselor (LPC-I). She is also a National Certified Counselor (NCC) as of 2017.
Mrs. Armstrong brings her unique educational background and skills to the practice of family law as well to the art of family court mediation. She is a South Carolina Certified Family Court Mediator and, in addition to her work at Lincoln Law Firm – Attorneys at Law, continues to work along side Helen E. Wheeler, M.Ed., LPC, developing and teaching programs aimed at enhancing the successful collaboration of the legal and mental health professions. She is experienced in working with clients undergoing high conflict separation and divorce and continues to use her dual background to bring a uniquely qualified approach to the practice of family law and family court mediation.
Whether you are looking to start a new business, purchase an existing business from someone else, or build a business you already have, you are going to need legal help to assist you through the process. Lincoln Law Firm can assist businesses of any size with our full range of legal services.
At the Lincoln Law Firm, we work with New York and New Jersey businesses to provide the most practical and effective solutions for civil litigation cases. Our team has the experience and the knowledge needed to provide assertive representation for your case both in and out of the courtroom setting. We work with you to determine the right approach for your legal needs.
Family law issues involve the most personal and difficult decisions you will make. These choices will affect the rest of your life, and it is intimidating going through the legal process alone. Matters such as divorce and child custody are highly contentious, and the emotional well-being of your family is at stake. We vigorously defend your rights to your children and property. We understand the sensitive nature of your case and will guide you through the process with care and compassion. We handle all types of family law cases, including divorce, child custody, equitable distribution, alimony, spousal support, child support, prenuptial agreement, protection from abuse, paternity, and juvenile dependency. We also represents the interests of at-risk children in court as a Guardian ad Litem.
Lincoln Law Firm offers experienced representation of businesses, homeowners, individuals, and insurance companies with first-party property claims, third-party liability claims, Department of Insurance disputes, weather-related claims, motor vehicle liability and collision claims, declaratory judgment actions, and other disputes.
We at Lincoln Law Firm have been dealing with Road Traffic Accidents for a long time and can provide you with expert advice. If you have been in a Road Traffic Accident of any description, contact us right away. Why? Because our experience and success in this area ensures your case will be settled quickly and efficiently.
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Education And Trainings
Started as a lawyer
Acquired Counseling Major
Certified Family Court Mediator
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