Law Office of Scott W. Lamb, PA
Trusts & Estates, Business Law, Family Law 
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Scott Lamb is principal of the Law Office of Scott W. Lamb, PA, a law firm counseling individuals, families, and businesses in Western North Carolina.


Prior to law school, Scott worked as an individual and family counselor earning a masters degree in psychology. During a legal career of more than 10 years, Mr. Lamb has developed expertise in corporate transactional, trust and estate law, tax and family law.


Scott was raised in Florida, and his grandparents settled in Asheville in the 1950s. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1993 and a Master of Arts degree in Psychology from Wake Forest University in 1999.   Having received his Juris Doctorate Degree from American University in 2003, he was admitted to the State Bar of North Carolina in the same year.


Scott began his legal career as an associate with an Asheville law firm before serving as in-house counsel to Wells Fargo Bank in Winston-Salem, NC. In 2010, he opened his own firm in Asheville.


Scott is a member of the North Carolina State Bar, the Federal District Court for the Western District of North Carolina, the North Carolina Bar Association, and the Buncombe County Bar Association.


In 2004 Mr. Lamb was appointed a Fellowship by the American Bar Association, Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section. From 2004-2006 he served as Vice-Chair of the Non-Tax Issues Affecting the Planning and Administration of Estates & Trusts Committee of the Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section of the American Bar Association.


In 2004 Mr. Lamb published “Applicable Exclusion + Unlimited Marital Deduction = Basic Estate Planning for Spouses” in The Will and The Way published by the North Carolina Bar Association Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Section (Vol. 23, No. 3, June 2004) and reprinted in Lawyers Weekly, June 7, 2004.


In 2005 he addressed the Real Property, Trust, and Estate Law Section of American Bar Association in Washington, DC speaking on the New Uniform Power of Attorney Act. He co-authored the article “Tax Issues Surrounding Contributions to a Qualified Tuition Program under Section 529 of the Internal Revenue Code,” which appeared in the Wells Fargo Bank National Services Group Tax Division Newsletter of December 2007.


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