McManaway Law, LLC
More Than A Decade Helping People In Greenville

About The Firm

Focusing on families and their legal needs since 2007, McManaway Law, LLC, primarily serves people from upstate South Carolina with comprehensive legal advice and representation in the areas of personal injury law, family law, and wills and powers of attorney.

Personal Injury And Family Law Attorney

I'm attorney Karen McManaway, and I have a strong reputation for working closely with my clients to help them successfully resolve their legal matters and disputes. I understand how difficult it is to deal with these issues and I work to minimize the stress and to deal with these issues efficiently and effectively.

You Need A Guide

After an injury or during a divorce, pain, emotions and confusion can limit your ability to protect your own rights and affect your judgment. This is where I can help.

I am a certified family court mediator. Also, I am a member of the South Carolina Association for Justice, South Carolina Bar, Greenville County Bar Association and South Carolina Women Lawyers Association (retired board director and regional representative).

One Of The "Best"

The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys selected me, Ms. McManaway, as one of the "10 Best Female Attorneys" of family law in South Carolina. In 2018 I was accepted for the Lawyers of Distinction award.

I earned my Bachelor of Science degree from the University of South Carolina and Juris Doctor from the Florida Coastal School of Law. I have also earned a master's degree in Environmental Resource Management at the University of South Carolina in December 2017.

Contact Me Today

I'm a lawyer who can provide the compassionate and experienced legal assistance you need for your personal injury and family law matters. Call my Greenville office at 864-283-6040 or use my online contact form.

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