Top Norwood Child Custody Lawyers - Colorado
If you need an experienced criminal defense attorney in Delta, Colorado, do not hesitate to schedule a consultation with a lawyer at LunaLaw. Whether your matter is criminal, DUI or family law, we can provide the legal insight you need. As a former prosecutor, law firm founder Brandon Luna handled more than 5,000 felonies, misdemeanors, DUI charges and traffic violations. Armed with intricate...
Our team at North Fork Law, LLC, based in Hotchkiss, Colorado, handles a range of civil and criminal issues. Though our law office is small, we provide clients with big-firm resources and representation. We offer one-on-one attention to people facing the following matters: Criminal law: drug crimes, DUI, sex offenses Civil law and litigation Estate Planning: wills, trusts, guardianships,...
At The Law Offices of Kain & Burke, P.C., you will find an accomplished, full-service law firm serving Grand Junction and the surrounding areas along the Western Slope of Colorado. We offer legal services for estate planning, probate, business law, criminal law, family law and complex tax issues. Estate planning and business law are two of our larger areas of practice. William Kain has an...
At the law office of James W. Giese, P.C., Attorneys at Law, we represent individuals, families and businesses in Grand Junction and throughout Western Colorado in matters of family law and business law and litigation. Committed To Your Success With more than 25 years of experience, firm founder and lead attorney, James W. Giese, establishes a standard for attentive and committed representation to...
Building a compelling legal argument - one that is persuasive to juries and appellate courts alike - requires expert legal research, writing and presentation skills. In practice since 1987, I have represented both civil and criminal clients at trial and on appeal for more than 20 years. I provide services as strategic co-counsel at trial and in state or federal appeals for your clients. I am...
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