Scott & Corley, P.A. offers statewide representation to national, regional and local banks and mortgage lenders as well as national non-bank mortgage servicers. All legal services are rendered in compliance with FHA/VA/FNMA/FHLMC investor guidelines, where applicable. Ron Scott was the movant attorney of record in a landmark South Carolina case, in 2009, relating to the nation’s first state-wide Supreme Court Order interpreting and administering US Treasury Guidelines on the Home Affordability and Modification Program. Ron Scott and the law firm have repeatedly been selected for inclusion in the prestigious professional guide for attorneys, BEST LAWYERS IN AMERICA® (Woodward/White Inc.). Other individual selections include Ron Scott for SUPER LAWYERS® and AMERICA’s TOP 100 ATTORNEYS® and Reggie Corley for LAWYERS OF DISTINCTION® and DIVERSITY FELLOW of the RILEY INSTITUTE®. The firm has also been listed as a Metropolitan Rankings for Mortgage Banking Foreclosure Law in the US News & World Report 2014-2017 rankings of Best Lawyers- Best Law Firms®.
Ron Scott and Reggie Corley have both been privileged to be named the top vote recipients in their respective categories of “Governmental Relation Law” and “Mortgage Banking Foreclosure Law” in the 2015 edition Columbia Business Monthly – Legal Elite of the Midlands®.
The law firm has attained Martindale-Hubbell’s® highest rating of “AV Preeiminent” for excellence in legal ability and the highest ethical standards. The firm likewise appears in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers® in the following disciplines and areas of practice: Bankruptcy Law, Creditors Rights, Legislative Practice and Real Estate.
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- US NEWS & WORLD REPORT 2016 BEST LAWYERS/BEST LAW FIRMS
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About Our Clients
President & Managing Attorney
Firm Practice Areas
- Government Relations Practice
- Litigation - Real Estate
- Mortgage Banking Foreclosure Law
- Real Estate Law