At Good, Bucy, Elson & Drescher, we approach the practice of law from a results-focused point of view, with our philosophy being “resolution over litigation”. We strive to create the best possible outcome for our clients and will litigate fiercely when necessary to get our clients their best result but never for the sake of simply driving up attorney fees. We are passionate advocates and work very hard to educate and empower our clients in whatever legal matter they face.
Robert (Bob) Good has been practicing law for 28 years, serving the people of Ashland and the Rogue Valley. Originally from Pennsylvania, Bob graduated from Eastern Mennonite University in Virginia and taught high school for eight years before entering the legal profession. In 1992 Bob graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington and began practicing law in Ashland with the Howser & Munsell Law Firm. For more than 20 years, Bob has operated his own firm, with a focus on estate planning, estate administration, business law, family law and mediation.
Bob is also active in the community, having served on the board of directors of Family Solutions (formerly Southern Oregon Child Study and Treatment Center) for 10 years (1995-2005) and has been an active Ashland Rotary Club member since 2000 and served as a director and president of the Ashland Rotary Foundation. Bob coached the Ashland High School Mock trial team for more than 10 years, coached youth sports and has volunteered in a variety of ways in the community. He has two adult children in Portland Oregon and Monterey California.
Scott Bucy’s professional career began in the beautiful Rocky Mountains where he was a successful business owner. His journey into the business world began in the 1990s when Scott and his brother opened a small restaurant in Vail, Colorado. With hard work, determination and perseverance, Scott eventually opened and operated seven businesses throughout the ski resorts of Colorado and on the front range in Boulder. After the birth of his first daughter, Elianna, Scott decided to take his business knowledge and combine it with a degree in law in order to assist other entrepreneurs in their future endeavors. With his history of business success and his love of the law, Scott has helped other business owners in Colorado, Kansas and Oregon. He enjoys helping others which are in similar positions to where he began decades ago.
After attending graduate school at the University of Colorado in Boulder, where he studied Ecology and Molecular Biology, Scott attended law school on a full academic scholarship in Kansas. After several years in Kansas, Scott permanently relocated to Ashland, Oregon where he currently specializes in probate, estate planning, general business law and business planning as well as family law.
Scott is an active member of the local community serving as the PTO President of Walker Elementary School in Ashland, on the Board of Le Cirque Center in Ashland, and as a member of the local Rotary. Feel free to contact Scott for any assistance you might need.
Cheri Elson moved to the Rogue Valley with her husband, Adam Sperber, in the summer of 2014, bringing with her a specialty in Estate Planning, Probate, Estate Administration, and Conservatorship Law. In practice from 2001 to 2021, Cheri was licensed to practice in Oregon as well as California, where she was certified with the CA Board of Legal Specialization as a Specialist in Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Law. Prior to becoming a licensed attorney in Oregon, Cheri served as a professional consultant for individuals and their families touched by dementia, cognitive decline, and the challenges of aging through her former business, Gray Matters Consulting.
Cheri earned her Bachelor of Arts in Music from University of California, Santa Cruz, and her Juris Doctorate from Ventura College of Law, graduating second in her class with honors. Cheri was an active leader of the Ventura County Bar Association, sat on the Board of Directors three separate terms, and served as the Chair of the Estate Planning & Probate Law Section. She was also a member of the Alzheimer’s Association Program Committee in 2014, as well as a board member of the Ventura County Adult Abuse Prevention Council. Cheri served as community legal liaison for the Wellness & Caregiver Center of Ventura County. One of her proudest accomplishments was coordinating their Elder Law Collaborative, which provides free legal assistance to those serving as caregivers to loved ones.
Cheri enjoys hiking and snow-shoeing, and supporting the rich theater and music culture in the Rogue Valley, including both singing with Southern Oregon Repertory Singers, and sitting on their Board.
Allen Drescher practiced law in Southern Oregon from 1972 to 2017. Allen was admitted to practice before all state and federal courts in Oregon in the areas of estate planning and administration, elder law, business law and real property and land use law.
Allen is a longtime supporter of the local community and continues to be very active in the Rogue Valley.
Rheanna Wohosky is a valued team member as Legal Assistant to Robert Good and Scott Bucy.