Too many times people forget how fortunate they are to be able to do something they truly love and be able to make a living while doing it. As a result we are blessed to be able to "Get To Work", not "have to work."
Our firm focuses on taking time to listen to each person's need and personalize the approach we take in helping assist them. Let's face it, most of the time people call an attorney when they need help. That's why we say we are Here to Serve.
Scott Vaughan earned his law degree from the University of Georgia Law School and was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1985. Vaughan is a member of the Georgia State Bar and is admited to practice in the Georgia Court of Appeals and Supreme Court of Georgia.
Community is important, not just to his firm, but to Scott Vaughan personally. His involvement includes, Board of Directors and Executive Committee Habitat for Humanity, Past President Director's Staff Alee Shrine Temple, Assistant Scout Leader Troop 16 and acting Stewardship Chairman at the Isle of Hope Methodist Church where he and his family attend.
As a trained and registered mediator neutral, Scott Vaughan also works to resolve client problems through alternative dispute resolution, and close client contact.
"Being of service is a reflection of the beliefs I have long held which are demonstrated in my commitments to my faith, family and friends."
Diane Clark is the Real Estate Paralegal for the firm and has been with Scott Vaughan since 1985 where she assists with civil litigation and real estate. Clark is extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of real estate transactions and loan closings. Clark manages all pre-closing and closings and maintains a wonderful relationship with the lenders, title insurance companies and title abtractors.
Jakki Shiley is the Litigation Paralegal to Scott Vaughan. She has 30 years of legal experience. Shiley has worked in the Chatham County's Clerk of Superior Court's office, District Attorney's office and as assistant to Judge Eugene Gadsden. Shiley worked as a case manager for Judge Frank S. Cheatham, and assisted in the creation and implementation of Chatham County's Fast Track system. She was litigation paralegal in Savannah from 1992 to 1998 when she moved to a law firm in Michigan. Shiley returned to Savannah specifically to work for Scott Vaughan in 2004.