Bob Noone has been a leader in the field of adoption law in West Virginia for 30+ years. He formed Robert Noone Legal Services in 1989 in Logan, WV focusing on abused and neglected children, juvenile delinquents, and especially, parents seeking to adopt. Bob volunteers with youth care and foster agencies and is founding and immediate past chair of the Logan-Mingo Child Advocacy Centers.
Bob's concentration in juvenile law resulted in the WV Supreme Court of Appeals placing him on the Juvenile Justice Committee in 1992 and later on the Court Improvement Project, which has sought to improve delivery of services to abused and neglected children in the court system.
Two of his many awards are the "Champion of Children", given to him by the WV Children's Home Society at their Annual Meeting in November 2012, and the first Ruth Bailey Adoption Advocacy Award in 2021.
Scott Briscoe is a lifelong resident of Boone County, WV. After graduating from law school, Scott returned home to southern West Virginia where he practiced law for over two decades as a public defender in his hometown of Danville, West Virginia. He also taught criminology, criminal procedure, and business law at Southern West Virginia Community College.
He is the author of "101 Free Legal Tips" (Headline Books), based on his widely popular social media posts about the many actual bizarre things he witnessed while in the courtroom.
Scott is regarded throughout the legal community for his affinity for helping kids in trouble as their court-appointed 'guardian ad-litem', work that has been featured on the NBC Nightly News and the Washington Post. Scott achieved his lifetime goal of concentrating solely on practicing adoption law to help unite children with their forever families when he joined the team at Robert Noone Adoptions in Spring 2022.
You can reach Bob and/or Scott at their office at 116 Stratton Street in Logan, West Virginia (or write to them at P O Box 1050, Logan WV 25601) ~ the phone number is: 304-784-8818
Bob & Scott answer many people's most pertinent adoption
related questions at their webinars on Facebook... [Adoption.Now]
For example: [Where can I go to hold my adoption?]
To contact Bob & Scott via email, and to learn much more about West Virginia adoptions, go to... [BobNoone.com]