Richard H. Sugg, Jr. has been in private practice since 1982 serving the legal needs of small businesses, professional practices and individuals in commercial and civil matters. Richard is a 1978 graduate of the University of Virginia. He received his law degree from the University of Colorado in 1982 and was an editor of the Law Review.
Richard personally handles all cases and legal matters for his clients. He charges an hourly rate for representation in a lawsuit and for other civil legal matters. For the organization of a corporation or limited liability company or for the preparation of a will or durable power of attorney, Richard will quote you a flat fee.
Richard negotiates and drafts contracts, leases, buy-sell and employment agreements for his business clients. He also advises and represents clients on corporate, employment, trade secret and other commercial matters. He prepares the necessary documents and assists clients in the purchase and sale of businesses and professional practices.
Richard also represents clients in civil lawsuits and arbitration for commercial, contract, employment, trade secret, mechanic’s lien, collection and other civil actions. He also represents businesses and individuals in general commercial and residential real estate and construction matters.
Richard assists individual clients in estate planning and administration and in the preparation of wills, trusts and powers of attorney. Also, Richard represents individual clients in divorce cases involving property division, maintenance and child support issues.