Jason M. Pelt is a graduate of Samford University Cumberland School of Law, located in Birmingham, Alabama and a 1997 graduate of Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA. He is a member of the Virginia, Florida, and District of Columbia Bars. Jason began his legal career as a Judge Advocate in the United States Marine Corps and continues to serve as a Major in the Marine Corps Reserves. Jason and his wife Tracee have four young children and routinely open their home to foster children placed by Stafford Department of Social Services. They are active members of Stafford Baptist Church and enjoy hiking, canoeing, and other outdoor sports.
Please advise Mr. Pelt that our family is thanking him very much for his performance today in court. One case down, one to go!
I just wanted to express my appreciation on the client focus, professionalism, and sensitivity leading up to the representation of PB and JH. I am privileged to state that I truly witnessed those "core qualities" from an attorney that you often hear about, but rarely witness.
As a parent, we try raising our children to be future leading citizens, but unfortunately, teenagers must experience "lessons learned" outside of our reach. Although never pleasant, its good to know that when an adolescent travels down an unfamiliar road - you and your firm provide superior service and support!