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Burnette Shutt & McDaniel was founded based on an idea:
That the law evolves
as times change.
That’s why Burnette Shutt & McDaniel attorneys have dedicated their careers
to moving law forward. They've succeeded, too, in winning key battles that have protected the
rights of others. They've fought in landmark cases that gave women the right to attend any
state-supported college they choose and helped establish marriage equality in South Carolina. They've battled to make sure incarcerated men and women receive the mental-health services they need, and they've fought to end discrimination against female athletes and coaches. They've stood up for reproductive rights on numerous fronts.
The firm's attorneys fight just as hard
for client in cases that might not set legal precedent but make major differences in their lives. They've helped people in disputes with
homeowners associations and worked to protect employees’
benefits. They work to help LGBTQ+ clients with gender-affirmed name and gender-marker changes, and they represent clients in all aspects of family law.