For over 16 years, Clint Sellers has protected families and small businesses with practical legal advice. He focuses on real estate, representing clients in court, wills and trusts and small business matters and is an authority on the use of estate planning techniques for wealth preservation and succession planning. He sometimes serves as executor or trustee for clients who want to ensure their wishes are honored.
Clint’s clients range from young families to retirees, professionals, entrepreneurs and estate representatives and beneficiaries. He strives to always deal fairly and help clients resolve disputes without unnecessary expense or litigation, though he is admitted to practice in all Virginia courts. He regularly appears in District and Circuit Courts and has argued a case in the Virginia Supreme Court.
Clint earned his law degree from the College of William & Mary and works closely with his team of professionals to deliver exceptional client service. Clint is a member of the Real Property and Trusts and Estate Law sections of the American Bar Association and the Virginia State Bar, as well as the Probate section of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Bar Association. He supports volunteer and nonprofit organizations throughout our community and enjoys traveling, time with family and hiking in Virginia’s mountains.
Kelsey Marker has lived in Harrisonburg since graduating cum laude from James Madison University in 2010. Kelsey began work at Sellers Law Firm in 2013 as the office manager. While working full-time she earned her law degree from Mitchell Hamline School of Law, the nation’s only ABA-approved hybrid (on-campus and online) law program. In May 2018 Kelsey graduated magna cum laude and is now as associate attorney with Sellers Law Firm. Her practice focuses are family law and real estate. Kelsey is passionate about finding ways to make the practice of law less adversarial and complicated. To further this goal, she is certified by the Collaborative Practice Training Institute to represent clients in collaborative divorces and other matters.
Kelsey is licensed to practice in Virginia, is a member of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Bar Association, and is qualified as a Guardian ad litem for Children in the 26th Judicial District of Virginia. Kelsey is committed to building and maintaining a strong community and supports local organizations and businesses. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outside, raising pugs, traveling to new places and trying new foods.