J. Scott Wantland - Attorney & Problem Solver
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Serving the people of Bullitt County, Jefferson County, Nelson County and Spencer County, Scott Wantland of WANTLAND LAW, PLLC understands
the legal needs of the families in our own community. People are turning to us more and more these days for advice about bankruptcy,
divorce, personal injury, traffic violations and estate planning.
Scott Wantland takes care of things so you can stop worrying.
He has helped families with the tough stuff like divorce, bankruptcy, DUI, child custody and serious injury claims from his
office in Shepherdsville. To learn how Wantland Law can advise you about your legal rights and practical options for all kinds of
problems, contact us for a free consultation by calling 502-716-0000.
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August 4, 2014
Governor makes appointments to boards and commissions
FRANKFORT, Kentucky – Governor Steve Beshear has made the
following appointment to Kentucky boards and commissions:
Governor Beshear has reappointed J. Scott Wantland to the Kentucky Higher
Education Assistance Authority Board of Directors and the Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corp. Board of Directors to serve
for a term expiring July 15, 2018.
J. SCOTT WANTLAND VOTED BEST ATTORNEY IN BULLITT COUNTY
J. Scott Wantland had the honor of being voted "Best Attorney" in Bullitt County
by readers of the Pioneer News in its annual best-of survey.
"This honor reflects the hard work and accomplishments of our entire
team," said Wantland. A few of Scott Wantland's areas of practice include bankruptcy, personal injury, and family law.
"We are truly committed to the goal of getting positive outcomes in the lives of our clients- not just being their lawyer" Wantland
The Pioneer news is a local newspaper that is published bi-weekly and is distributed to local residents and businesses.
year, the newspaper sponsors a "Best of Bullitt County" reader poll offering readers a chance to vote for Bullitt County's best in
Earlier this year, Scott Wantland also received the 2014 Statewide GAL (guardian ad litem) of the year
award- which recognized him as the attorney that fought hardest for Kentucky's abused and neglected kids.
Wantland stated, "It's
been a big year- glad the folks we serve in our community noticed- it means a lot to us".