Mary-Leslie Duty, Esquire has practiced law in Chesterfield County and surrounding areas since 1988. She received her Law Degree from the University of Richmond and both a Master of Science in Administration of Justice and Public Safety and a Bachelor of Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University. Ms. Duty has served as President of the Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Bar Association. She is married and is a fanatic dog lover and puzzle solver. Ms. Duty and her father, W. Lester Duty, Esquire, practiced together for a number of years before his passing. His name remains with the firm as a tribute to his service to the area as a good lawyer and to this country as a soldier prior to practicing law.
Scott D. Landry, Esquire has practiced law in Chesterfield County and surrounding areas since 1990. He received his Law Degree and Bachelor of Science in Public Administration from the University of Arizona. Mr. Landry has served as a member of the Chesterfield County Court Improvement Project Committee and is a qualified Guardian ad litem on behalf of children and incapacitated adults. He has been appointed as a special justice to conduct juvenile civil commitment hearings. Mr. Landry has addressed mental health, legal and social service professionals on topics relating to the representation of children. He is married, has a son and has read the entire Rumpole collection as well as Sherlock Holmes.
Stacey Rolley, who has served as paralegal for Ms. Duty since 1988, provides extensive expertise in the area of domestic relations, including adoption, divorce, custody, support and other related matters. For over twenty-five years, she has drafted divorce Complaints, various preliminary Motions, responses to discovery requests, property division Orders and Schemes, testamentary instruments and all other documents pertaining to family law and estate matters. She is married and the mother of two sons and a daughter. She volunteers on a number of local boards supporting her children’s activities. She also remains a cheerleader at heart.
Tammy Anderson, who joined the firm after serving as a Courtroom clerk for the Chesterfield Juvenile & Domestic Relations District Court, provides primary support for Guardian ad litem matters on behalf of children and incapacitated adults. She has over ten years of experience as legal support staff. Her duties include document retrieval, subpoena requests, interview scheduling and preparation of background reports. She is married and has a daughter. Her happy demeanor “turns a frown upside down.”