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Lynn Thurlow


99 Main Street, Suite 103
Hilton Head Island, SC 29926


Hillary has spent her legal career litigating civil lawsuits in the courtrooms of South Carolina, particularly in the lowcountry. She focuses on general civil litigation, primarily business and probate disputes. Hillary’s background in litigation allows her to navigate contested matters from initial pleadings through trial. She also serves in an advisory role to our clients, handling pre-litigation disputes and counseling clients on the benefits and drawbacks of starting litigation. Hillary understands that not every matter needs to be tried, and she has significant experience mediating and finding a resolution for contested matters prior to trial.

When she’s not in the courtroom, Hillary enjoys spending time with her husband and young daughter, traveling, and serving her community through her church.

Practice Areas:
  • Probate & Estate Litigation
  • Civil Litigation
  •  J.D., University of South Carolina Graduated cum laude, 2015
    Order of the Wig and Robe; Productions Editor Real Property, Trusts, and Estates Law Journal
  • B.A., Clemson University Graduated cum laude, 2012
    Kappa Delta; Student Judicial Board
  • South Carolina Bar
  • South Carolina Women Lawyers Association
  • Beaufort Bar Association
  • Hilton Head Bar Association
  • Beaufort Young Lawyers, President 2016 – Present
  • Admitted to practice in: United States District Court, District of South Carolina Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Super Lawyers’ Rising Star 2020, 2021

Lynn Thurlow


Lynn joined our firm in 2023 with a focus on estate and trust administration. Lynn earned her
Bachelor of History degree from Auburn University in 1990, and her Juris Doctor from the
University of Memphis in 1993. She became a member of the Tennessee Bar in 1993 and the
South Carolina Bar in 2022. Lynn has lived in the United States and Canada. While in law school,
she worked for the Tennessee General Assembly and thereafter for the Tennessee Attorney
General. While in Canada, she worked in a Canadian law firm and eventually became the
Registrar of the Prince Albert Land Titles in the Province of Saskatchewan. Upon her return to
the United States, she has devoted herself to the community by serving in the field of education
with Certificate of Teaching from the American Montessori Society. She has served in
leadership roles in both public and private schools. Through the years, Lynn has tirelessly
promoted and educated others on the importance of estate planning. Lynn’s passion for the
law and particularly estate and trust administration stems from the fact that she is deeply
committed to assisting people in their time of need.
In her spare time, Lynn enjoys spending time with her husband and four children as well as
boating on the May River, reading and needlepointing.

Practice Areas:
  • Estate Planning
  • Estate and Trust Administration
  • Juris Doctorate University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Memphis, TN
  • Bachelor of Arts: History, Auburn University, Auburn, AL
  • American Montessori Society, Montessori Teaching Certificate
  • Diploma of Christian Studies, Graduate Studies in Medical Ethics, University of Toronto: Wycliffe
    College, Toronto, ON, Canada
  • South Carolina Bar 2022
  • Tennessee Bar 1993
  • Hilton Head Bar Association
  • South Carolina Women Lawyers Association

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