About Us

We assist clients in the areas of Personal Injury, Estate Planning, Probate Litigation, Guardianships, Conservatorships, Elder Law and General Civil Litigation.

Formed in November 2007, our firm is located in Loris, South Carolina and serves clients in this and many surrounding areas.

About
Ezizze Davis Foxworth

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Ezizze Davis Foxworth 

Attorney Profile

Ezizze Davis Foxworth is a native to Horry County as she grew up in Loris, SC and happily returned to this area after completing her legal studies at the University of South Carolina School of Law. Ezizze graduated from Loris High School in 1995 and went on to receive her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a minor in Pre-Law and Philosophy from USC as well. Mrs. Foxworth brings an array of legal experience to her practice. Before opening her law office, she practiced with the law firm of Jeffcoat, Pike & Nappier, LLC in Myrtle Beach for five years and progressed to the firm's Senior Associate Attorney position. Ezizze also clerked at the South Carolina Attorney General's Office and with the law firm of Johnson, Toal & Battiste in Columbia, SC. Proudly, Attorney Foxworth has returned to her hometown to provide residents of this and neighboring cities with quality legal services.

Ezizze resides in Loris, South Carolina with her husband Minister Michael Foxworth and two children. She is a member of Monument of Faith Christian Ministries, Inc. of Marion, South Carolina and enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, decorating, cooking, and volunteering in local schools and the community.

Attorney Foxworth
Achievements & Affiliations

  • Juris Doctorate, Doctor of Jurisprudence, University of South Carolina School of Law-May 2002
  • American Jurisprudence (CALI) Award Legal Scholar, USC School of Law South Carolina Bar Admission, 2003
  • United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
  • United States District Court of South Carolina
  • B.A., Magna Cum Laude, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC - December 1998
  • Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, English Department Scholar of the Year Award
  • Varsity Honor Debate Team, Golden Key National Honor Society 
  • American Bar Association 
  • South Carolina Bar Association 
  • South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association
  • Horry County Bar Association 
  • Coastal Women's Law Society 
  • Monument of Faith Christian Ministries, Inc., Marion, SC 
  • Horry County Schools Mentor Program Recognition
  • Coastal Inn of Court Barrister
  • Loris Chamber of Commerce (Website: https://lorischamber.com)
  • Loris Merchants Association
  • Loris Area Schools Advisory Board
  • Loris Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization
  • Horry County School Superintendent’s Business and Parent Cabinet
  • Loris Elementary School Improvement Council

Practice Areas

PI
Personal Injury

• Automobile Accidents
• Wrongful Death

Estate Planning

• Wills
• Powers of Attorney
• Probate Litigation

Other Practice Areas

• Civil Litigation
• Guardianships & Conservatorships
• Elder Law

Firm Library

Attorney Foxworth represents clients who are involved in automobile accidents and injured through no fault of their own. Those injuries and the recovery process that follow may cause serious interruptions in the life of an injured party. Insurance companies protect their interests and in the case of an automobile accident, you need an attorney to represent your interests. We can help guide you through this process allowing you to focus on your treatment and getting your life back to normal. If you've been injured in an accident, contact Attorney Foxworth as soon as possible for a free consultation. We're not paid unless we obtain a settlement or verdict for you. 

A wrongful death is the death of a person caused by the negligence, willful act, or wrongdoing of another. Oftentimes, this occurs from injuries involved with an automobile accident. We can represent the surviving spouse, children, beneficiaries or the estate of the deceased person to recover monetary damages resulting from the actions or omissions of the responsible party. Contact Attorney Foxworth to discuss your rights if tragedy should strike your family. We take a sensitive and compassionate approach to your personal injury matters. We also fight for our clients with passion and dedication.

Estate planning is the process of planning for the orderly administration and disposition of your assets after your death. This can be accomplished through the use of a will, trusts, gifts, powers of attorney and planning ahead to avoid unnecessary taxes. We can help you protect, plan for and distribute the assets that you own at the time of your death. Let us help you take care of these important matters.

Estate Planning Documents and Considerations:
Last Will and Testament
Durable Power of Attorney
Health Care Power of Attorney
Trust Agreements
Advance Health Care Directives
South Carolina Probate Code and Probate Law
Probate Litigation and Will Contests
Pre-Need Funeral and Burial Directives
Probate Estate Administration
Marital and Estate Considerations
Asset Protection
Medicaid and Medicare Benefits
Guardianships and Conservatorships

What To Do If You've Been Hurt in an Accident
[by Ezizze Davis Foxworth]

If you are injured in an automobile accident, here are important steps to take to protect your well-being and your interests:

Get the medical attention that you need. If you have any doubt or concern about your physical condition, it does not hurt to have an emergency medical professional examine you. Oftentimes, the pain from vehicle injuries is not apparent at the time of the accident.

Provide all necessary information to the responding officer and retain your copy of the FR-10 "accident report" form. This form is usually green in color and contains all of the insurance and driver information provided to the officer at the scene of the accident. South Carolina law requires that you provide a copy of this form to your insurance company immediately following the accident even if you are not responsible for the collision.


Start a photographic and written record of the accident. Keep a journal diary of what you experience, including any pain, physical limitations, sleep disruptions, medications and doctor's visits. Take pictures of the damage to your vehicles as well as pictures of any physical injuries you have sustained. Document your injuries immediately after the accident and continue to document your visible injuries, including bruises, over the days that follow.

Protect your rights. An attorney can look out for your legal interests allowing you to focus on your medical treatment and get life back to normal. Before signing any releases or authorizations or even before you make official statements; contact an attorney as soon as possible to understand your legal rights. 

Why Do I Need a Will?
[by Ezizze Davis Foxworth]

Yes, we all need to consult with an attorney about the necessity of a will. Your will is a legal document in which you give certain instructions to be carried out after your death. Your will is your last words to the world that you leave behind and aims to eliminate any confusion relating to your assets, property and finances and whom you desire to control and distribute those items. Review the following considerations relating to the need for preparing a will:

A will allows parents to nominate persons who they would want to become guardians of their minor children after their death.

A valid will may reduce your estate taxes.

A will can reduce the expenses and costs of your estate administration with the probate court.

A will may also eliminate or clarify any misunderstanding that may arise with your family members relating to your estate.

You can choose the person or institution that you would want to serve as personal representative or executor of your estate.

You are at liberty to waive the bond requirement for the personal representative to serve for your estate and this can be done in your will. Without a will, your personal representative is usually required to purchase a bond to protect the value of your estate.

If favorable conditions arise for property of your estate to be sold, your will may authorize your personal representative to take necessary actions to procure the sale without added expense or advance permission from the probate court.

Your will allows you to direct how your property is to be distributed, including to whom, when and what amounts and percentages. If you fail to leave these instructions behind, South Carolina will determine these matters for you. Your personal wishes based on knowledge of your assets and your family make-up and background will not be considered in this instance.

You can also make charitable gifts to your favorite organization in your will.

Why Mediate?

News

  • Attorney Foxworth Attends Loris Middle School Career Day on Thursday March 5th, 2020 - Read More!
  • Attorney Ezizze Davis Foxworth was honored as a Hometown Hero during Loris Middle School’s Black History Month Program on Thursday, February 20, 2020.
  • Attorney Foxworth serves in many school capacities including the Loris Schools Advisory Board, District and Local Title 1 Committee, Loris Elementary School Improvement Council, Superintendent’s Parent and Business Cabinets, as well as serving as the LES PTO President since 2018.
  • Ezizze switched hats and focused on the business side of the law when she joined the Business and Entrepreneur students for a discussion on March 17, 2016 at Carolina Forest High School.
  • Ezizze Davis Foxworth was the recipient of the 2016 Lion Achievement Award in honor of great strides in promoting education in schools and the community. The award was presented to Ezizze during the Loris Elementary School’s Cultural Fest Ethnic Event on Friday, February 26, 2016.
  • Attorney Foxworth was the keynote speaker for Loris Middle School’s annual “Girls Day In” event on Saturday, January 30, 2016. She presented “Girl, This is Good for Me to Know!”
  • On May 20, 2015, Attorney Foxworth participated in the annual “Roaring Lions” Career Day at Loris Middle School. She discussed life and career goals and advice with the students.
  • Ezizze Davis Foxworth has been appointed to serve on the Loris Area Schools Advisory Board.
  • Attorney Foxworth has been named as a Barrister with the Coastal Inn of Court, a legal pupillage and mentoring group in Horry and Georgetown counties.
  • Ezizze Davis Foxworth was the guest speaker during the Loris First United Methodist Church Elder Adults lunch meeting on Monday, October 7, 2013. The meeting’s theme was making the five wishes that lets your family and doctors know your estate planning needs and desires.
  • The Loris Chamber of Commerce announces that Attorney Ezizze Davis Foxworth is the 2012 selection for the Robert Brooks Entrepreneur of the Year Award for establishing and maintaining a successful business in the City of Loris. The annual awards banquet was held on January 24, 2013.
  • Attorney Foxworth is a featured speaker during the Freedom Deliverance Church (Longs, SC) Community Awareness Day held on Saturday, June 8, 2013.
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  • The Loris Chamber of Commerce announces the city’s award nominees for the 2011 season. Attorney Ezizze Davis Foxworth is one of three nominees for the Robert Brooks Entrepreneur of the Year Award. The annual awards banquet is scheduled for January 26, 2012.
  • Announcement: The Law Office of Ezizze Davis Foxworth, LLC is relocating to a new, permanent Loris location. The new office is just a short drive away at 580 Highway 701 North, Loris, SC, which is just 3 minutes north of the prior location on Highway 701. We are in the same business plaza as the Rockefellers Restaurant and just north of Pizza Hut and Regional Finance, but before you arrive at McDonald’s. The relocation will be effective Monday, August 22, 2011 at 8:30 a.m.
  • On Friday, May 13, 2011, the Law Office of Ezizze Davis Foxworth was recognized as Humanitarian of the Year for community and event support for the Green Sea Headstart Center.
  • Ezizze Davis Foxworth was the guest speaker during the Loris High School Army JROTC Military Ball and awards ceremony on Friday, May 13, 2011. This year’s theme was “People don’t plan to fail, they just fail to plan.”
  • Ezizze Davis Foxworth was the guest speaker during the Loris High School National Honor Society induction ceremony on Thursday, February 24, 2011. Twenty-eight student honorees were inducted and the ceremony theme focused on standards of scholarship, service, leadership and character. Along with other local Loris businesses, The Law Office of Ezizze Davis Foxworth, LLC is featured at www.LorisWebView.com
  • The Law Office of Ezizze Davis Foxworth becomes a member of the Loris Merchants Association and the Loris Chamber of Commerce.
  • Ezizze Davis Foxworth is the speaker for the Black History Month program at Ocean Bay Middle School on February 28, 2008. The theme for 2008 is "Entrepreneurship." The program is scheduled for three sessions for the sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. Ezizze also visited the Kingston Elementary School on February 20, 2008 to discuss opportunities in legal careers with fifth grade students.
  • The Law Office of Ezizze Davis Foxworth is a corporate sponsor of Spring Fest 2008 held in Marion County on May 3, 2008. Spring Fest is an annual community event providing family fun and information on health, education, career and election issues.
  • Ezizze Davis Foxworth is the keynote speaker at the Mother/Daughter Banquet sponsored by Flagpatch Missionary Baptist Church. The event is scheduled for Saturday, May 10, 2008 at 6:00 p.m. at the Woodmen of the World building in Loris. All proceeds benefit the FPMB Church Youth Department.
  • Ezizze Davis Foxworth attends the 16th Annual Probate Bench and Bar Seminar presented by the South Carolina Bar on September 12, 2008. Topics included Elder Abuse, Guardianship/Conservatorship Case Practices, Civil Commitments, and Probate Case Law and Ethics Update.
  • Attorney Davis Foxworth attends the Horry County Probate Court 2nd Annual Continuing Legal Education Program sponsored by the Horry County Probate Court Advisory Committee and hosted by the Honorable Judge Deirdre W. Edmonds on October 31, 2008. A grand opening is scheduled for Thursday, December 13, 2007. The public is welcome to attend.
  • Attorney Ezizze Davis Foxworth announces the opening of her law firm on November 1, 2007.

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Ezizze Davis Foxworth, LLC

The law office of Attorney Davis Foxworth is conveniently located on Highway 701 N in Loris, SC in the same business plaza as the Rockefellers Restaurant, just south of McDonald’s.

Physical Address:
580 Highway 701 North
Loris, South Carolina 29569

Mailing Address:
Post Office Box 125
Loris, South Carolina 29569

Phone: 843.716.3500
Fax: 843.716.3501

Office Hours
Monday through Thursdays from 8:30-5:00
Fridays from 8:30-4:00

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