no_imageScott D. Cardani, Esq.

Legal Counsel

scottcardani@gmail.com

Henrico, VA

 

 

 

Mr. Cardani is a member of the Virginia Bar and is admitted to practice in the federal courts of both Eastern and Western District of Virginia.  He has over fourteen years experience as a general practice litigator who represents civil and criminal clients in the Virginia courts.  Mr. Cardani is Founder and President of Cardani Law Firm, PC, a full service law firm which focuses on serving clients in the area of Family, Business and Criminal Law.  

For the past fourteen years, Mr. Cardani has served as a Guardian ad litem for children and incarcerated fathers in Richmond City, Henrico and Chesterfield counties.   During his career, Mr. Cardani developed an expertise in working with families in Virginia, to successfully represent children and clients under a disability before the courts.  

Mr. Cardani has mentored new attorneys who wish to practice in the juvenile courts in Virginia

Mr. Cardani grew up in Tuscarawas, Ohio and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Kent State University.  Mr. Cardani taught 6th grade for three years in Ohio.  Mr. Cardani earned his Juris Doctor and Master of Arts, Education from Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia.  At Regent, Mr. Cardani served as President of the Moot Court Board.  

Mr. Cardani is an elder in his church, a dedicated husband to Maria, and father to three children, Caleb, Adger and Kaiah.

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