Scott Anthony serves of counsel to Weston Craig Anthony. He advises individuals and business entities on a broad scope of issues related to asset protection, entity formation, and succession planning. He has substantial experience with business transactions, advanced trust planning, and family companies. Scott has served as counsel to numerous business start-ups, small businesses, private companies, inventors, entrepreneurs, and families on numerous domestic and international matters.
He was introduced to international legal matters while working in Europe and the Caribbean. His tenure working in the Cayman Islands provides immeasurable insight into the complexities of offshore asset protection. He also served as legal counsel for a Congressional candidate, founded a not-for-profit farming technology company, and was an economic regional planner and forecaster.
His representation includes, but is not limited to, operating and organizational agreements, purchase and sale of businesses, promissory note transactions, split-dollar insurance, non-compete and non-disclosure agreements, contract negotiations, capital gain and gift tax mitigation, and asset protection trusts.
A native of Georgia, Scott moved to Charleston in 2010. He is the managing partner of the Law Firm of Scott W. Anthony. He is an attorney and civil dispute mediator, licensed to practice law in South Carolina. He currently serves on the South Carolina Arts Foundation Board of Directors.