The attorneys of Russell, Krafft & Gruber, LLP are pleased to welcome D. Scott Eaby to their expanding legal practice. He will serve new and existing clients from the firm’s branch office at 108 West Main Street in Ephrata. Scott has resided in Ephrata, Lancaster County all of his life, and has proudly served families and businesses in the Central Pennsylvania area since 1976, representing clients in diverse areas of law, from small claims court to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Scott’s legal practice has included real estate transactions, business formation, personal injury and many facets of family law.
Scott has recently focused his practice on estate planning, estate administration, and elder law. He provides personal and effective counsel as clients prepare their estate plan to ensure their wishes are carried out and their beneficiaries’ interests are protected. Scott also guides executors, beneficiaries and family members through the probate and estate administration process, understanding that each client’s situation is unique and ensuring that everyone receives the personalized representation they deserve. Scott has teamed with Russell, Krafft & Gruber to provide additional resources and offer diversified legal services to all of his clients.
Scott received his undergraduate degree from Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania, and his Doctor of Jurisprudence from John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois. He served as a County appointed Divorce Master for 16 years and is a trained conflict resolution mediator.
Scott has been an active member of the Ephrata community, having served as President of both the Ephrata Rotary Club and the Board of Directors of the Ephrata Recreation Center. He has also served on the boards of several Ephrata organizations, including the former Ephrata Chamber of Commerce. He enjoys many outdoor activities including golf, hunting, fishing and snow skiing, and also traveling and spending time with his family. Scott and Jan, his wife of 42 years, are the proud parents of three children with two Colorado grandchildren.