Russell G. Small
Russell Gary Small, Esq., graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo with a bachelor's degree in political Science. After graduating from the State University of New York at Buffalo, Mr. Small studied law at Ohio Northern University, College of Law and graduated in 1987. Mr. Small has been practicing law since 1987.
The Law Office of Russell Gary Small, and his staff are committed to providing client's and their families with the highest quality legal services. Attorney Small's easy availability, personal and professional care and commitment to each case will ensure your expectations are satisfied. Although no result is guaranteed we do guarantee that we will always assist you to the best of our ability. Whether it is a home visit, weekend or evening appointment we are here for you.
Committed to the Community
In addition to being a lawyer, Mr. Small is committed to community service efforts that emphasize enhancing opportunities for individuals. Attorney Small is an active volunteer in the CHAMPIONS Mentoring Program, which is a program designed to provide one on one guidance to children with an incarcerated parent. Attorney Small also serves on the Board of Directors for Divine Mortgage Solutions, a not for profit community based program designed to help individuals acquire independent living skills and provide housing and counseling.
The Law Office of Russell Gary Small is a full service law firm, which handles Real Estate, Divorce, Bankruptcy, and Personal Injury.
Areas Of Practice
- Bankruptcy Law
- Loan Modification
- Foreclosure Defense
- Personal Injury
- Ohio Northern University Pettit College of Law, Ada, Ohio
- State University of New York
- Major: political Science
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Bridgeport Bar Association
- Connecticut Bar Association
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney's
Pro Bono Activities
- Board of Directors with Divine Mortgage Solutions - A not for profit program designed to assist individuals find solutions to mortgage and housing needs
- Volunteer, CHAMPIONS Mentoring Program