Scott B. Fields
Scott's experience in probate, real estate, and small business law comes from over five years working with a civil litigation and transactional firm in Decatur, Georgia. Based on that experience, Scott formed this firm to focus on advising clients and helping them prevent and mitigate the negative effects of legal disputes (sometimes called "transactional" law). Previously a litigator, as well as a transactional attorney, Scott believes that the two inform the other, and that experience with resolving disputes helps strengthen efforts to prevent them.
Scott graduated with honors from Georgia State University College of Law in 2011. During law school, he was an Urban Fellow at the Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth, a Law Fellow with the Atlanta Beltline, and a legal intern at the City of Atlanta Law Department for Urban Planning and Zoning.
Before beginning the practice of law, Scott gained valuable experience from a career in Information Technology and as a small-business owner and entrepreneur. Scott also briefly taught high school science, which seemed a good idea at the time.
Except for a brief stint being born in Oklahoma, Scott is a native of Atlanta, and he and his family have lived in Tucker since 1998.
Georgia State University College of Law
J.D. with Honors, 2011
Georgia Southern University
B.S., Major in Physics, 1995
• All Georgia Superior, State, Magistrate, and Probate Courts
• Court of Appeals of Georgia
• Supreme Court of Georgia