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Terra Mckenzie


Greenville native Terra Mckenzie has almost a decade-and-a-half of experience as a paralegal in Workers’ Compensation. “When people are injured or hurt, I enjoy helping them,” she says. Terra and husband Tad have two daughters, Nyna and Ella. They are involved in soccer and gymnastics with the girls and enjoy hiking and traveling together....

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Mitchell K. Byrd, Jr.

Mitchell Byrd - Greenville Attorney

A Rock Hill native, Mitchell Byrd received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Wofford College in 2000. He graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 2004, where he served on the American Bar Association Real Property, Probate, and Trust Journal. He was also an active member of the University of South Carolina Moot Court Bar. His father is an attorney as was his grandfather, so practicing law is in his blood. Since being sworn into the South Carolina Bar in 2004, Mitchell has focused on litigation within the criminal justice system as an economics crime prosecutor for...

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Michelle Salazar


I was born and raised in New York, NY to Colombian parents. I have lived in the Upstate for more than 10 years. As legal assistant, I makes sure the client's legal process goes smoothly and with minimal problems....

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Monty D. Desai

Monty Desai | Attorney, Greenville, SC

Monty D. Desai came to the United States on Christmas Eve, 1988 and eventually made his home in Spartanburg, S.C. After high school he joined the service in order to earn money for college. Monty would go on to earn a letter of commendation as a Navy Corpsman for the Marine Corps. His carrier, the USS Normandy was the carrier responsible for firing Tomahawk Cruise Missiles on Sarajevo, Yugoslavia in 1995. Monty held a number of jobs following his service, however his father had been a physician in India and education had always been important to the family. He continued to...

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