The law firm has announced the pending retirement of Mr. Butterworth from the practice of law on or about August 31, 2019. He is in the 35th year of his practice.
During his career, Mr. Butterworth worked with hundreds of colleagues in the Bar; elected officials; government employees; title and escrow officers; loan and real estate brokers; rental industry owners, managers and agents; and with over a thousand clients. “I will miss my clients the most. I have always had the best people come to see me about their legal needs. Just plain good people. I’ve learned a lot from them,” he replied when asked what he will miss the most.
He had long intended to retire at 70, but he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, a progressive and degenerative disease, in 2010 at age 55 and although it has progressed relatively slowly in him, he feels it is time to get home to spend more time with his wife and family.
Clients are in the process of being contacted so they may make arrangements to have their files transferred to either Mr. Butterworth‘s law partner, Cory M. Davidson, or to other counsel of the client’s choice.