Chase Sandridge is an attorney with the firm and has worked with Virginia Wills, Trusts & Estates since 2015, first as a paralegal, then while attending law school as a Summer Associate. Chase received his J.D. from Liberty University School of Law and is a member of the Virginia State Bar.
While at Liberty, Chase assisted with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program and was a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Board.
Prior to law school, Chase earned his undergraduate business degree from James Madison University, in Harrisonburg, Virginia, where he majored in Marketing.
As a fifth-generation resident of western Albemarle County, Chase is deeply committed to his community. One way that Chase gives back is through the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department where he has been an active member since 2003. Chase currently serves on the department’s Board of Directors and has previously served as an operational fire Captain and Lieutenant. Chase is a third-generation volunteer fireman in Crozet, serving alongside his father, uncles, and grandfather.
When Chase is not practicing law or at the fire department, he enjoys spending time with his wife, a pediatric nurse at the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital, their son, and their two cocker spaniel puppies.
Having grown up in Central Virginia, Chase has a strong affection for all things UVA athletics. Attending the 2019 Final Four in Minneapolis where the Cavaliers scripted the final chapter of the ultimate “rags to riches” story is the high-water mark in Chase’s life as a Wahoo sports fan.