Rick Carter was born March 17, 1946 in Franklin, Virginia. He began the general practice of law in Charlottesville in 1971.

Through the years his practice has evolved into a concentration in real estate transactions (residential and commercial), land use (zoning, subdivision, special use permits, etc.), business (formation and representation of business entities), and estate planning (wills, trusts, powers of attorney, etc.).

Rick has been with what is now Zunka, Milnor & Carter, Ltd. since 1994. He has been a frequent lecturer at real estate seminars and programs for school board members throughout Virginia.

EDUCATION
University of Richmond
(B.A., English, 1968, J.D., 1971)

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
AND AFFILIATIONS

Albemarle County Service Authority
Board of Directors (2009-2013)
Seventh District Disciplinary
Committee (2008-2013)
Virginia State Bar
(former faculty, Course on
Professionalism)
Charlottesville-Albemarle Bar
(President, 1989-90)
Commissioner in Chancery for Albemarle
County and City of Charlottesville
Assistant Commonwealth Attorney
for Albemarle County (1972-74)


AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
The Best Real Estate Lawyer
in Charlottesville 2012
"The Best Lawyers in America",
Woodward/White, Inc.-listed since 1994
Martindale Hubbell rated "AV"
Former Captain, US Army Reserves

COMMUNITY SERVICE
Christ Episcopal Church
(Trustee, Vestry, former Endowment
Fund Board of Directors, former Sunday
School Superintendent, lay reader)
Crozet Lions Club (former member)
Local Arthritis Foundation Board
(former member)
Farmington Country Club
(Board of Directors 1997-1999,
Treasurer 1998, President 1999,
numerous committees)