Andrew R. Page is a competitor. After finishing his undergraduate at Campbell University with honors, his competitive desire led him to Regent University School of Law, where he wrote on to and was published by the Regent Law Review and became the Chairman of the Regent Trial Advocacy Board. After graduating from Regent with honors and passing the bar he immediately entered private practice ready to protect the rights of the people of Western Tidewater.
Drew currently serves as an Adjunct Professor of Trial Practice and Advanced Trial Practice at Regent University School of Law where he travels with their National Trial Competition teams. In 2018 and 2019 his Regent Law national trial competition teams won the National Pretrial Competition at Stetson University School of Law.
Drew has established a reputation as a trial lawyer. His first case with the Firm went to a jury verdict and, since that time, he has tried several jury trials in Suffolk and Southampton County. With that jury experience, Drew has been able to achieve favorable settlements for clients when it was in their best interests. He has gone to trial against insurance companies seeking to avoid paying compensation. He also has tried numerous Virginia family law cases, including divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, and spousal support.
Drew is an active member in the Bar Associations for Suffolk, Southampton County, Isle of Wight County, and Emporia. As a Franklin resident, Drew is a local, Western Tidewater attorney who wants the best result possible for his clients. Drew makes himself available to his clients during nights and weekends by cell phone and regularly checks and responds to his emails. Clients can expect accessibility and responsiveness regarding their cases. If you have a new case, call or email Drew for a consultation.
The office handled an out-of-state traffic issue in Emporia VA, very satisfied with the results at a reasonable cost. The staff was pleasant as well as professional and kept us informed through the process. Highly recommend going with a local attorney (across the street from the courthouse)