Albie Armfield graduated from Duke University with a degree in History, obtained a Masters Degree from Florida State University in Classics and earned his law degree from the Washington & Lee University School of Law. Albie began his career as a corporate attorney, focusing on mergers and acquisitions, labor and employment law, employee benefits, banking and estate planning. Over fifteen years ago, Albie began to handle litigation in the areas of corporate disputes, products liability claims, personal injury and workers’ compensation. Prior to joining Overstreet Sloan, PLLC, Albie was a partner in a large Roanoke, VA firm where he continued to balance a corporate practice with a primary focus on civil litigation. During that time, Albie developed a particular expertise in workers’ compensation litigation. Since joining Overstreet Sloan, Albie has expanded his corporate and estate planning practices significantly and spends most of his time advising clients in the areas of business formation and management, contracts, and estate planning.
Albie plays way too much tennis and lives in Lynchburg with his wife, Rhonda Overstreet, and her son, Jacob.
Rhonda graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Hollins College and then the Washington & Lee School of Law. Rhonda tried her first federal jury trial six weeks after being admitted to the Virginia Bar and has spent the past 18 years advocating for the interests of her clients in courtrooms throughout Southwest and Central Virginia. Rhonda draws upon her experience as a trial lawyer and time spent as general counsel to a manufacturing company when advising and litigating on behalf of her clients. Rhonda prides herself in being accessible and responsive to all clients, and believes that clients are best served with the team oriented approach that is a bedrock principle of Overstreet Sloan, PLLC.
Rhonda was a principal in a Roanoke firm for over 15 years, where she handled an extensive case load of litigation matters, focusing primarily on family law, criminal law, and injury. As the needs of Rhonda’s clients have grown, Rhonda has assisted those clients with corporate, employment, and estate planning matters.
Rhonda has two sons and is married to Albie Armfield. She is active in the Forest School system where she serves on the PTA Board, volunteers for her sons’ many school activities, and actively supports her sons’ involvement in the YMCA Youth Sports Programs. While focusing on her practice and family, Rhonda does enjoy running, golfing and spending time with her family at Smith Mountain Lake. She is President of the Bedford Bar Association and has served in prior years through the Roanoke Bar as a mentor to students in the local elementary schools.
Michael is an experienced, creative, and when appropriate, aggressive trial attorney who enjoys working with clients to solve problems, and when they cannot be solved through other means, having the privilege to stand up in court and advocate for their interests. Michael’s practice requires that he serve as confidant, counselor, and litigator, and he embraces each of these roles. Prior to founding Overstreet Sloan, PLLC, Michael was a principal in a Lynchburg firm with an active Central Virginia trial practice, focusing on personal injury, business litigation, insurance defense, and the resolution of the multitude of issues confronted by business owners. Michael continues to represent clients in those areas, and brings his trial experience and approach to those clients with complex, emotional, and often contentious family law matters, including child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, protective orders, and divorce. Michael draws upon his litigation experience in advising individual and corporate clients in and out of the courtroom, and he has been recognized by his peers as a “Top Lawyer of Greater Lynchburg for 2017/2018” in Lynchburg Business Magazine and Lynchburg Living Magazine. In 2015, Michael was selected as a “Top 20 under 40” professional in Lynchburg Business Magazine’s inaugural edition.
Michael brings his team oriented, creative, and client focused approach not only to the practice but also to many social, civic, and professional organizations. He has served as Board President for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lynchburg. During Michael’s service as President, the Board earned recognition as the top Board in Virginia with a budget under $1,000,000 and Michael received an invitation to the White House for these efforts. Michael served as President of the Lynchburg Bar Association in 2012-2013, and has served as a coach of youth athletics through the YMCA, Boonsboro Ruritan Youth Association, Forest Youth Athletic Association, and Lynchburg Little League.
Michael grew up in Bedford County and Lynchburg, is married, and is the proud father of three sons. Michael graduated from the University of Virginia in the top 15% of his class and the University of Tennessee College of Law where he graduated with Honors and was selected an Editorial Board Member of the Tennessee Law Review.