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Fort Mill, South Carolina is a suburb of nearby Charlotte, North Carolina. Established in 1873, Fort Mill is one of the fastest growing communities in the state. Its name comes from the British fort and was home to the Catawba Indians for years. After the establishment of the Fort Mill Manufacturing Company in 1887, Fort Mill grew into a major center for textile manufacturing. The region’s economy has continued to grow and diversify businesses.

Fort Mill was home to the last meeting of the full Confederate Cabinet, held at the White Homestead. Fort Mill’s Confederate Park is the nation’s only monument to slaves fighting on the Confederate side of the American Civil War.

Fort Mill is one of the fastest-growing communities in South Carolina. As of 2013, the town had a little more than 13,000 people. The Fort Mill Schools are among the best in the state and perform well above national standards. The school district serves children from the nearby community of Tega Cay and is considered one of the best school districts in the state of South Carolina.

Fort Mill Businesses

Fort Mill is home to businesses such as:

  • Continental Tire the Americas, LLC.
  • Mood Media
  • Wells Fargo
  • Black and Decker
  • URS Corporation’s Nuclear Center
  • Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps

With a humid subtropical climate, summers are generally humid with thunderstorms, while winters are rainy with sleet and occasional snow.

What to Do in Fort Mill

Fort Mill has numerous attractions and amenities in and around it:

Trimnal & Myers Family Law Attorneys

Our firm focuses on complex divorce and custody cases in the family court, specifically cases dealing with separation, adoption, child custody, child support, visitation, property division, and alimony matters. We are also probate and estate law attorneys.

We aid in commercial and residential real estate closings including representation of purchasers, developers, sellers, and investors.