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Dudley Newman Feuerzeig LLP Welcomes Attorney Scott Burton

Attorney Scott Burton (Submitted photo)

Dudley Newman Feuerzeig LLP (DNF) is proud to announce the newest member of its team, Attorney Scott Burton who joins the Firm of Counsel. Burton has been practicing law in the U.S. Virgin Islands since 1987 and brings with him an extensive knowledge of Residential and Commercial Real Estate Law, Real Estate Development and Management, Business Formation and Probate Law.

Burton is based in the DNF Christiansted office and has a wide range of experience representing both individual real estate buyers and sellers, developers, homeowners’ associations and institutional lenders. Burton can be contacted at 340-773-3200 or sburton@dnfvi.com.

DNF is a full-service law firm located in the U.S. Virgin Islands, with offices on St. Thomas and St. Croix. Our attorneys are leading practitioners in their respective fields and are dedicated to providing our clients with the highest caliber of legal services. DNF specializes in a wide range of practice areas, including Commercial & Business Litigation, Banking & Finance, Corporate Acquisitions, Development & Management, Bankruptcy, Admiralty, Real Estate Development & Management, Insurance Defense, Probate & Estate Planning, Economic Development & Tax Planning, among others.

We wish the people of the Virgin Islands continued health and safety. During these challenging times, DNF is focused on supporting our clients, our employees and our U.S. Virgin Islands community to navigate the uncertainties caused by the Pandemic.

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Contact Information:

Website: www.dnfvi.com

Office Locations:  

DNF St. Croix

1131 King Street Suite 204

Christiansted, USVI 00820

340-773-3200

 

DNF St. Thomas

1000 Frederiksberg Gade

St. Thomas, USVI 00802

340-744-4422

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