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M&G partner Josh Vann named to SCBIZ News real estate Power List

Josh Vann, a partner with Morton & Gettys and member of the law firm’s extensive business law team, has been named by SCBIZ News to the magazine’s new “Power List – Real Estate Attorneys.” His practice at Morton & Gettys consists largely of commercial real estate and development, as well as real estate finance. He […]

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M&G Gives donates $1,000 to Hospice & Community Care during match campaign

In the early 1980s, a group of friends in Rock Hill decided to help one woman struggling with cancer who wished to remain at home until her death. This led to the creation of Hospice & Community Care, which now has helped thousands of terminally ill people to live their final months in a comfortable, […]

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Leah Anderson McCraney chooses KinderMourn to receive second M&G Gives gift of 2022

KinderMourn provides support services to parents grieving the loss of a child and to children grieving the loss of a parent or another important person in their lives.  Serving the greater Charlotte area, KinderMourn offers counseling programs, support groups, and other resources to those who have suffered unthinkable loss.   Leah is a Senior Paralegal […]

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Carroll, Pierce included in new edition of Super Lawyers

ROCK HILL, SC – Two Morton & Gettys attorneys are included in the just-released 2022 edition of South Carolina Super Lawyers. Bev Carroll is honored as an employment law attorney, while Nate Pierce is on the Rising Stars list in business litigation. A national rating service of the country’s outstanding attorneys, Super Lawyers evaluates nominees […]

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Julie Hord chooses Miracle League to receive first M&G Gives gift of 2022

The Miracle League of Rock Hill, which provides opportunities for children and adults with disabilities to play baseballregardless of their abilities, was just launched last year. Julie Hord, who helped the program as a volunteer in its first season, now can’t wait for the second to begin. Julie is a real estate paralegal with Morton […]

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Morton & Gettys continues program of sharing with the whole community

Last year, Morton & Gettys made donations to 10 different community nonprofits during our 20th Anniversary, as a way of sharing our celebration with the community that helped us grow. Our giving meant so much to us, and those gift recipients, that we’re continuing in 2022. Starting in the next few days, we’ll kick off […]

20th Anniversary, News

Partner Melissa Cassell chooses Affinity Health Center to receive Morton & Gettys anniversary gift

Affinity Health Center is the 10th and final community organization to receive a $2,000 gift from Morton & Gettys in celebration of the law firm’s 20th anniversary. Each of the last 10 months, attorneys and staff have taken turns making this selection. This month, the decision was made by Melissa Cassell, a partner in the […]

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Best Law Firms rates Morton & Gettys in Tier 1 for real estate law in 2022 edition

ROCK HILL, S.C. – In the 2022 edition of Best Law Firms, Morton & Gettys – which is celebrating 20 years in practice – has once again been honored as a Tier-1 firm in Real Estate Law in the Rock Hill area. This is the firm’s sixth consecutive year in the listing by the Best […]

20th Anniversary, News

Elizabeth Smith Owen chooses newly formed York School District One Education Foundation to receive Morton & Gettys’ October gift

Elizabeth Smith Owen had a vision to create an education foundation in her hometown to serve the York community and the York School District 1, the district she grew up in and graduated from. With the help and shared vision of district and community leaders the York School District One Education Foundation, a 501©(3) nonprofit […]

20th Anniversary, News

Richards McCrae picks Children’s Attention Home to receive Morton & Gettys September gift

The past year has been tough on everyone, but it’s been particularly difficult for the young people the Children’’ Attention Home in Rock Hill cares for. So many of them have limited contact with family to begin with, says Executive Director Emily Parrish. With the pandemic, they were also cut off from school, sports, church […]