Family and Personal Litigation Practices

Business and Corporate Law

Rosen Hagood’s Business Law practice serves a wide range of clients throughout South Carolina, both individuals and all forms of business entities – corporations, sole proprietorships, franchises, partnerships, limited liability companies and more. Our team has advised clients on every aspect of the business lifecycle, including formation, corporate governance, employment law and regulations, supply chain ...

Insurance Bad Faith

Imagine being disabled and unable to earn a living, and not receiving the payments your insurance policy provides for. You have been making payments for years, or decades, and precisely when you need help, the funds you need to live your daily life are withheld. Rosen Hagood is a recognized leader in South Carolina insurance ...

Family Law and Divorce

At Rosen Hagood, we understand that the end of a marriage is one of the most stressful and emotionally demanding experiences of our clients’ lives.  Along with the emotional turmoil, clients worry about their financial security, child custody issues, protecting assets and what will happen to them in the future as a result of the ...

Employment and Labor Law

Serving Your Needs with a Wide Range of Employment Law Experience Employment law is governed by a vast, interrelated network of federal, state, and local laws and regulations. A partial list of the issues our employment law team has dealt with would include claims of discrimination, harassment, wage and hour violations, violations of the Americans ...

Personal Injury

In an instant, lives are changed forever. A car accident. An unsafe product. And suddenly, someone who was healthy, sound, and able is facing a lifetime of struggle, pain, and challenges. So is their family. Their world has suddenly been turned upside down. The legal system gives these victims only one chance to be compensated ...

Probate, Estate, and Trust Litigation

Probate litigation is an unfortunate fact of contemporary life. Although it is the exception rather than the rule, the increasing complexity of wealth preservation strategies and unfulfilled expectations relating to a loved one’s estate plan or donative intentions have led to a corresponding increase in the frequency of disputed estate administration proceedings. South Carolina in ...