Cindy M. Floyd, Attorney at Law, takes great pride in representing the special needs and complete interests of her clients. Being familiar in all areas of family law, we will be aggressive when needed and understanding when it comes to your concerns. Over the years, we have gained the trust and respect of our clients by successfully defending and representing what they value most.

Adopting a child is a happy event, full of joy and cheerful spirits. Unfortunately it can also be a lengthy legal process full of delays and obstacles. Cindy M. Floyd, Attorney at Law, will be there for the happy occasion when adoption is granted and the parties leave the courtroom as proud parents. From picking up your new baby at the hospital until the day of final hearing, we will be with you at every step, filing the appropriate paperwork and taking care of all the necessary details so you don't have to. Our office also handles step-parent adoptions as well as adoptions that are contested. Cindy has a personal interest in providing resources to adoptive parents to help with the special challenges adoption can bring.

While many people have known of someone who has gone through a divorce, only people who have gone through the process understand the complexity and stress that is involved. Cindy M. Floyd, Attorney at Law, brings over 20 years of experience in handling divorce from the simple, uncontested to complicated litigation. 

South Carolina allows married couples to live under an order of separation as long as they have different residences. Even if you do not have grounds for divorce, you can divide property, decide custody, visitation and support of children, and finalize all the issues usually decided at the time of divorce. Cindy M. Floyd, Attorney at Law, can provide necessary solutions when there are no grounds for divorce.

In the event that you cannot agree on a custody arrangement, Cindy M. Floyd, Attorney at Law, is ready to go to court and provide effective litigation to represent you and your complete needs. If you believe you are the better person to take charge of your children, then you should make your case the strongest to help protect the best interests of your children.