Get to Know Scopel Family Law
Having a legal issue is generally an unpleasant experience. It may mean that you have been hurt, injured or wronged in some way. Scopel Law Firm understands how confused you may be feeling, and I am here to protect your rights and to fight in your corner. You don’t have to suffer in silence when the law is on your side.
Scopel Law Firm will provide you with an initial consultation to see if and how I can serve your interests. Legal cases (and even just the language) can be complicated and intimidating. I will guide you through every step of your case, keeping you right up to date, making sure you understand exactly what is going on, and advising you on every decision that needs to be made. Scopel Law Firm keeps you involved and at the very center of my attention. I am here to serve you and am proud to have been protecting the rights of the people of St. Louis since 1989. Call today and schedule a consultation.
Get to Know Us
Rand Scopel has been representing the people of Saint Louis for over 30 years.
He graduated Cum Laude from Kent State University with a B.A. in Political Science in 1979 and received his Juris Doctorate from Ohio Northern University in 1983. He became Regional Partner of Hyatt Legal Services, a firm comprised of over 500 attorneys, in 1989 and opened his own firm in 1992. He is licensed in both Missouri and Illinois, as well as numerous Federal Courts and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Mr. Scopel is passionately committed to helping everyday people navigate the problematic world of legal proceedings. He uses his almost 40 years of legal experience to ensure the best possible outcome for each of his clients.
Who’s Who in American Law (1997-1998)
Who’s Who of Executives and Business (1997-1998)
Honorary Chairman: Business Advisory Council of the National Congressional Committee
Distinguished Rating: Martindale-Hubbell (2016,2018)
Top 10 Best Attorneys: American Institute of Family Law Academy (2016-2018)
Impact of Bankruptcy on Dissolution of Marriage in Missouri (2002)
Family Law in Missouri (2003)