Your Legal Problems On Your Own
In Charleston and beyond, our lawyers can help you through life’s legal challenges.
Established In 1985, Our Charleston Law Firm Has
Attorneys Who Are Ready To Take On Your Legal Problem
Respected Attorneys Serving
Charleston And Beyond
Our law firm was founded in 1985, and since then, we have helped countless clients facing many of life’s legal challenges. Our attorneys have decades of collective experience practicing law.
You can count on us when the unexpected happens: a serious car accident, a work injury, divorce or child custody determinations or a high-stakes business dispute.
Our Accolades Mean
Strong Representation For You
Our attorneys at Query Sautter & Associates, LLC have obtained verdicts in excess of $1 million in state and federal courts; argued cases in front of the South Carolina Supreme Court, the South Carolina Court of Appeals and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit; and submitted briefs for consideration by the Supreme Court of the United States. They also typically appear in court several times a week.
When you work with us, you are getting the benefit of working with highly experienced, skilled and respected attorneys. Your case is in good hands.
Major Supreme Court Decisions
Where the U.S. District Court certified a question of law to the Supreme Court of South Carolina to determine the applicability of the statute of limitations to a lawsuit based on promissory estoppel. The South Carolina Supreme Court agreed with Query Sautter & Associates that the statute of limitations did not prevent our client from recovering substantial monetary damages.
After more than a decade of family court referral of children’s issues of custody, visitation and support to final arbitration, Query Sautter & Associates convinced both the South Carolina Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of South Carolina to reverse the orders of five different family court judges by declaring in their decisions that the children of South Carolina have a constitutional right to have their best interests exclusively determined by the family court.
Meet Your Attorneys
O. Grady Query