Wendy Griffith

Wendy Griffith

Attorney At Law


A passionate advocate for those going through rough times, Wendy Griffith practices in both Family and Circuit Courts of South Carolina.  After graduating from law school Wendy began practicing law in Virginia, focusing on a wide range of complex family law issues.  A South Carolina native, Wendy returned to the state after marrying her husband, a local business owner.  In South Carolina, Wendy has continued to represent clients in local family and circuit courts.  Throughout her career, she has handled a variety of matters; including child support, child custody, alimony, property division and divorce.  She understands that these matters are delicate, and treats your case as she would her own.

Wendy attended Regent University School of Law where she excelled in numerous subjects including Family Law and Negotiations Practice. Wendy was selected to represent her law school in several prestigious Negotiations Competitions.  Prior to law school, Wendy attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and completed her studies at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, where she graduated cum laude with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Public Law.

Wendy is currently licensed to practice law in South Carolina and Virginia. She is a member of the South Carolina State Bar, Virginia State Bar, South Carolina Women Lawyers Association,  Spartanburg County Bar and  Greenville County Bar, where she serves as the first Young Lawyer Committee Chair.


Regent University School of Law – 2009

Old Dominion University, B.S., cum laude – 2005

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


  • Greenville County Bar Association, Executive Board Member
  • American Lung Association – Upstate, Board Member
  • Spartanburg County Bar Association,
  • South Carolina Women Lawyers Association

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