Our Team

The attorneys at the law firm of Watts Law Group PLLC have more than 40 years of combined experience in the practice of law. Our broad collective background allows us to provide quality legal services in a variety of key practice areas, including estate planning and probate, homeowners association law, foreclosures, construction law, criminal law, business law and collections, personal injury and family law.

Attorney S. Denise Watts is licensed to practice in South Carolina and North Carolina. All of our lawyers are licensed to practice in North Carolina, and we are all members of the 15th Judicial District Bar, the Brunswick County Bar Association and the North Carolina Bar Association. In addition, Ms. Watts is admitted to handle cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, and the South Carolina Bar.

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Legal Assistant

Kelly Bellamy

Dana Ganis has been a member of the Watts Law Group PLLC team since August 2019 as a highly qualified legal assistant. She handles greeting our clients, answering the phones, scheduling appointments, along with handling the everyday running of our front office. Dana also assists our attorneys and paralegals with daily tasks and oversees the upkeep of the firm’s filing system. Dana is a Horry County native, mother to daughter, Mishai and wife to Daniel. Dana also graduated from Georgetown Technical College in Conway, SC with an Associate’s degree in Accounting.




Kimberly Vinson lived in Greensboro, North Carolina, for the past 30 years and in June of 2015, she and her family moved to Brunswick County, North Carolina. Kimberly worked as an administrative assistant for more than 20 years, even co-owning a successful pest control company in the 90's. Her legal career began in July 2015 with Watts Law Group PLLC. Kimberly has put her skills and knowledge to use and utilizes her knowledge to assist the attorneys with clients in the areas of civil litigation, homeowners associations, collection, estate administration, estate planning, trusts, power of attorneys, and last will and testaments. In Dec. 2016, Kimberly obtained her paralegal certification from North Carolina State University.



Michelle Huff

Michelle Huff moved to North Carolina from Michigan in 1993. During her 37-year legal career, Ms. Huff has worked in numerous areas of the law including intellectual property, estate administration, probate, homeowners’ and property owners’ association matters, estate planning, civil litigation, criminal, domestic, and corporate as well as the Michigan court system as a certified court recorder, judicial secretary and assistant deputy court administrator. Before moving to Brunswick County, Ms. Huff worked as a Legal Secretary and Paralegal in Charlotte, North Carolina. Ms. Huff is a NALS Certified Paralegal, South Carolina Certified Paralegal and received her Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies from Kaplan University in December 2010.