I am a proud fourth-generation native of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Upon my graduation from Myrtle Beach High School in 1977, I volunteered to be a lay missionary to the native Maya of Southern Mexico, where I served until 1980. When I returned to Myrtle Beach, I attended Coastal Carolina University and graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. I then paused my education and worked in hotel and resort property management for five years. After gaining valuable experience in the Myrtle Beach business world, I continued my education to receive my law degree in December 1989, from Minnesota’s Hamlin University School of Law. In 1990, I was administered the oath as a member of the South Carolina Bar.
It has been my honor to serve the people of Myrtle Beach as an attorney and also as a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives, where I was duly elected in 2002 and then retired as of 2020.
At Clemmons Law Firm, I have been able to assemble a staff that maintains a commitment to providing compassionate, caring, and professional assistance to those in need.
Attorneys David Haar and Sheri McAllister have been great additions to our firm and do an excellent job of leading our legal team. Both attorneys, along with our support staff, are available to help any citizen of the Grand Strand with any legal issue that he or she might need.
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Alan D. Clemmons is a native to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He graduated from Coastal Carolina University in 1982. He attended Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota and graduated with his Juris Doctor in 1989. That same year, Alan Clemmons become a member of the South Carolina Bar Association. Since its inception, Alan’s legal practice focused on real estate transactions. For over 25 years, Alan has facilitated real estate transactions across the Grand Strand. In 2015 he realized the need to help people in our community who were struggling financially and opened our Bankruptcy Services Division.
Having earned his Eagle Scout award and vigorously participated in the Boy Scouts of America program, Alan has always had a desire to serve his local community. This desire led Alan to run for a seat in South Carolina’s House of Representatives. By an overwhelming show of support, Alan was elected by the 107th District to serve as their representative. Although retired from politics as of 2020, he continues to serve faithfully the people of Myrtle Beach, Horry County, and the well being of the entire state. Alan is an avid outdoorsman. He is married to his beautiful wife, Laura. They have two children, Alayne and Kelly.