About Seth Levy

Due to his own personal experiences, Seth is focusing his practice on assisting individuals and families who need Estate Planning with an emphasis on Elder Law.  The practice of Elder Law helps people navigate issues regarding incapacity and disability, while creating plans to protect assets during life and securely transfer assets after death. 

After being a participant in his own wife’s uncertainty about her end-of-life decision making, the practice of Elder Law has become Seth’s calling.  

Seth Levy received his license to practice law in 1984 from West Virginia, in 1985 from New Jersey, and in 1989 from New York.  He practiced law in the New York Metropolitan area over the next 14 years, consulting on matters concerning the environment, energy, and public utility industry.  Seth moved to Mount Pleasant for a career change in 1998.  When his wife Heidi died from cancer in late 2015, he changed careers again.  Seth was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in May of 2017. 

As a single father, Seth devotes most of his energy outside the office to keeping up with his two children.  With his other spare time, Seth likes to get out with friends on the Foothills Trail or the Appalachian Trail for hiking and camping weekends.  He also attends religious services, plays basketball, and volunteers occasionally at Charleston Waterkeeper events, and is a member of the Exchange Club of Metropolitan Charleston and the Princeton Club of Charleston.

Seth Levy

Admitted in the following jurisdictions:
South Carolina, New York, and New Jersey

Seth Levy is a proud member of the following associations:

COVID-19 Operations UpdateRest assured that Levy Legal has you covered

This Law Office is currently open and fully operational in this challenging time.  Getting your affairs in order is even more important in these times of uncertainty, and, in light of the current restrictions, we have raised our level of service by providing you with a process that does not require you to visit our office until document signing.  We offer virtual meetings, conducted with utmost security, as well as phone and email communication.   Where coming to the office is necessary, we are mindful of each person's six-foot personal space, and we disinfect all surfaces and door handles before and after in-person signing appointments. We took these steps to ensure your safety because we look forward to securing your future beyond this current crisis.