Conrad L. Falkiewicz
Conrad L. Falkiewicz was admitted to the practice of law in in 1979. Mr. Falkiewicz joined the staff of the South Carolina Attorney General child support enforcement unit. He entered private practice in Charleston in 1981 handling divorce, custody, and child support cases in the Family Court. Currently his main practice is in the area of Social Security Disability.
He is a member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives (NOSSCR). He was Chairman of the Family Law Section of the Charleston County Bar from 1994 and he has lectured at seminars for the South Carolina Bar on topics such as “Ethics in Family Law”, “Analysis of Financial Information”, and “Use of Affidavits”. He is co author of an article entitled “Representing the (Innocent) Primary Wage Earner in Divorce and Child Custody” which was published in the South Carolina Bar’s magazine, South Carolina Lawyer. He is a volunteer South Carolina Probation Officer and served as the 1998-1999 President of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. He attends St Andrews Church in Mt. Pleasant.
John R. Ungaro, III
John R. Ungaro, III practiced law in South Carolina since 1981 before retiring from private practice in 2009. At the University of South Carolina School of Law he earned the Irving Steinberg Award for carrying the top honors in Worker’s Compensation Law.
Mr. Ungaro served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of South Carolina, directing a branch office in Charleston. In 1984 he entered private practice and was a partner in the law firm of Papa, Ungaro, and Falkiewicz. Mr. Ungaro continues to serve the legal community as Dean of Law Related Studies at Trident Technical College and as personal adviser to the firm.