Amos A. WorkmanOF COUNSEL

Amos Workman focuses primarily on a mediation practice, mediating cases from the Family and Circuit courts. He also practices in the Family Courts. Amos also handles commercial real estate transactions, leases and other real estate matters, including road closings and partitions.

P 864-242-8310

F 864-235-8900



  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
1993, M.Div. Erskine Theological Seminary, summa cum laude
1976, J.D. University of South Carolina, magna cum laude; Order of the Wig and Robe; American Jurisprudence Award Constitutional Law
1974, B.A. Washington and Lee, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
1999-Present Wyche, P.A.
1994-Present Ordained Minister, Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.
1977–93 Associate, Partner, and Managing Partner, Butler, Means, Evins & Browne, Spartanburg, South Carolina
  • South Carolina Bar, 1977
  • U. S. District Court for South Carolina, 1977
  • Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, 1977
  • Court Certified Family and Civil Court Mediator
  • Foothills Presbytery, Minister and Member at Large
  • Foothills Presbytery, Unity and Community Team and Examinations Commission; Mission Team, Member and Former Chair
  • Upstate Mediation Center, Past President and Board Member Emeritus; Volunteer Mediator, 2000–Present
  • Local Washington and Lee Alumni Association, Board Member
  • United Way Campaign, Chair, Clergy Division, 2007-2013
  • Samaritan House Ministry, Board Member, 2006–2009
  • South Carolina Bar Quality of Life Committee, Former Member and Chair, 2000
  • South Carolina Bar Ethics Advisory Committee, Member, 1999–2007
  • Association for Conflict Resolution, Board Secretary
  • Allen Temple Community Economic Development Board, Former Member
  • City of Greenville Board of Zoning Appeals, Former Board Member and Chair, 2003-06
  • Village School (now Oakbrook School) and Habitat for Humanity, Spartanburg, South Carolina Chapter, former Board Member
  • United Ministries Life Skills Program for Greenville, former volunteer math teacher
  • Project Host Soup Kitchen, Greenville, South Carolina, former Board Member

Doing Business in South Carolina Guide, author of Section IV: State Trade Regulation and co-author of Section XII: Real Estate and Section XIII: Debtor and Creditor; Insolvency; Fraudulent Conveyances; Liens and Section XVIII: Commercial Law; Miscellaneous

2017  Named Greenville Family Law Mediation “Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers
2015 – Present Listed in Best Lawyers in America
2015 – Present Listed in South Carolina Super Lawyers
2014 Greenville County Bar Association Tommy Thomason Award
2014 – Present Recognized as “Legal Elite” by the Greenville Business Magazine
1993 Distinguished Service Award given by Spartanburg Jaycees