Bradley

Ratliff

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Cedar Bluff, VA
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in VA
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About Bradley

Bradley C. Ratliff, Esq., is a Virginia licensed attorney with significant background and experience in personal injury cases, Virginia workers' compensation, estates, elder law matters, real estate, and civil practice. In addition to his membership in the Virginia State Bar, Mr. Ratliff is admitted to Federal Courts in the Western District of Virginia, and United States Bankruptcy Court. Mr. Ratliff holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Bluefield College and a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia. He obtained his Juris Doctorate from the Appalachian School of Law. As a lifelong resident of Southwest Virginia, he regularly appears in the state courts in the counties of Tazewell, Buchanan, Russell, Washington, Bristol, and Bland and in Federal Courts in the Western District of Virginia. Mr. Ratliff also serves as the Town Attorney for the Town of Pocahontas, Virginia, and as counsel for the Southwest Virginia Regional Recreation Authority, aka "Spearhead Trails." Mr. Ratliff is recognized nationally as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers Association (2016), won "Best Attorney in Tazewell County" in the Richlands News Press 2017 Reader's Poll, recognized as "Viewer's Choice Attorney 2017" by WVVA television, and has an AVVO rating of 9.1 (Superb). Mr. Ratliff is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and the Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (VAELA) - www.naela.org. See The Ratliff Law Firm's web site: www.ratlifflaw.net.

Top Case Types

Residential Real Estate: 25%

Wills: 25%

Business Contracts/Agreements: 20%

Business Deals & Transactions: 10%

Start-Ups: Incorporation, Partnership Agreements, and More: 10%

Conservatorship/Estate Guardianship: 10%

Clubs, Organizations & Pro-Bono Service

National Society of Elder Law Attorneys

2 Years

Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

2 Years

Local Government Attorney's Associate (Virginia)

8 Years

Pro-Bono - Southwest Legal Aid

3 Years

Languages Spoken

Spanish, English

Background

Experience

Managing Partner, THE RATLIFF LAW FIRM

April 2013 - Pursuing

Partner, Bolling-Hearl-Ratliff

September 2007 - March 2013

Education

Appalachian School of Law

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Contact

Office Address

1053 Cedar Valley Drive, Cedar Bluff, VA, USA

Pricing

Consultation: $50

Rates

Last Service Flat Fee Hourly Fee *
WIlls $150 -
Deeds $100 -
Lease Agreements/Lease Purchase Agreements $150 -
Litigation Plaintiff and Defense - $150/hr
Powers of Attorney $75 -
Municipal Law - Town Representation - $100/hr
Uncontested Guardianship/Conservatorship $1500 -
Uncontested Divorce $1500 -
Residential Real Estate Closing $550 -
Traffic - Speeding $350 -
Hourly Fee is an approximate. Please consult with the lawyer for exact price

Accepted Payment Methods

Visa, AMEX, Master Card, Discover, Check, ACH, Wire Transfer

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