Shaun Bussert

Atlanta, GA
Phone: 678-971-3413
Fax: 770-426-1809

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Shaun Bussert


Shaun is one of the most aggressive and experienced young domestic and family litigators in Georgia. He has tried, won, and settled domestic and family cases in practically every county. Due to his vast experience and success, Shaun became one of the youngest managing partners in the state at the law offices of Levine and Bussert.

Shaun attended University of Tennessee College of Law. While at Tennessee, Shaun was a member of the Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy and the Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Moot Court Team. He also helped establish the Expungement Clinic at the school. Additionally, Shaun was the 3L Coordinator of the Legal Aid Advice Clinics his last year and earned several awards including the Legal Aid of East Tennessee Volunteer Law Student Award. Because of his pro bono work, Shaun was recognized as a Law Student for Justice by the Tennessee Supreme Court. While in law school, Shaun developed an interest in mediation and completed the Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Mediation Training.

A native of Decatur, Georgia, Shaun attended Ball State University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting. While at Ball State, he was a member of the varsity men’s tennis team. As a senior, he led the team to a conference championship and an appearance in the NCAA tournament. Shaun was also a 3-time NCAA ITA Academic All-American as well as a member of the Honors College, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Golden Key.

Shaun lives in Decatur with his wife, Whitney and two cats Sen and Haku, named after characters in the Disney remake “Spirited Away”. We found out he is a fan of esports and is a gamer.

  • State of Georgia, 2015
University of Tennessee

University of Tennessee College of Law
Knoxville, Tennessee, 2015
Juris Doctor

Ball State University

Ball State University
Muncie, Indiana, 2011
Bachelor of Science
Major: Accounting

  • American Bar Association
  • Georgia Bar Association (Family Law Section)