Virginia Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights Attorney Provides Individualized Advice, Personalized Attention & Quality Legal Representation
Roanoke law firm represents individuals and corporations throughout Central and Western Virginia With more than fifteen years of legal experience, attorney Richard D. Scott is dedicated to meeting your needs effectively and efficiently. He works hard to help you overcome any challenges you might face in today's complicated legal environment. While he has had great success representing clients in a wide variety of litigation matters, his special expertise is in bankruptcy and creditors' rights matters. Beyond his litigation expertise, Richard's practice frequently involves representing clients in other general matters, including estate planning and general business matters.
The Law Office of Richard D. Scott is a debt relief agency. The firm helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
Roanoke attorney puts his experience, knowledge and skills to work After more than 10 years as part of bankruptcy and creditors' rights teams at two of Virginia's largest law firms, where he gained unique insight into the inner workings of those areas of the law, Richard D. Scott decided to put his experience to work by opening his own law practice in 2010.
A knowledgeable and effective trial lawyer with a solid record of success trying and settling cases, he puts his skills to work for you. Clients who come to the firm receive the kind of high quality service usually associated with a large law firm, but at significantly lower expense and without the necessity of navigating the bureaucratic levels such firms often have in place.
Contact an experienced Virginia law firm, The Law Office of Richard D. Scott, today Call 540-400-7997 or toll free 888-815-2964, or contact attorney Richard D. Scott online to schedule your free initial consultation.
The Law Office of Richard D. Scott serves clients throughout Southwest Virginia, including Harrisonburg, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, Roanoke and Abingdon.