Scott R. Ellerin
Director of North Florida
Scott R. Ellerin has been proud to practice Marital and Family law exclusively since being admitted to the bar in 2004. He has tried cases involving all major and minor issues of Marital and Family law including complex divorce cases, high asset divorce cases, complex contested time-sharing (formerly known as custody) disputes, relocation cases, alimony disputes, complex distribution of asset and liability cases, contempt cases, Department of Revenue actions, Modifications of Time-sharing (custody), Modification of Alimony, Modification of Child Support, and virtually all other areas of Marital and Family law.
Mr. Ellerin brings a wealth of courtroom experience to any Marital and Family law action, something critical to protect the two of the most important aspects to your life, your family and your finances. It is this deeply personal aspect which makes the practice of this area of law so unique. You must have an attorney who understands this importance and who can effectively represent you to protect your interests.
Mr. Ellerin is a member of the Florida Bar Association, the Jacksonville Bar Association, the Middle District of Florida, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the Florida Family Law Inns of Court. Mr. Ellerin received his undergraduate degree from Kennesaw State University and his J.D. from Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida. Mr. Ellerin serves as the Director of Central Florida out of our Daytona Beach Address.
Areas of Practice: Family Law
Location: Jacksonville, Florida
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