Top Buckhannon Divorce Lawyers - West Virginia

  • At the law office of Amy M. Levine & Associates, we represent clients in family law, bankruptcy and criminal defense matters. With offices located in Huntington, West Virginia, and Columbus, Ohio, we are well-situated to provide clients throughout the area with the counsel they need. When we meet with clients, the first thing we do is gather as much information as possible about their goals...

  • Saad Dixon Law Offices PLLC practices primarily in employment and criminal law in Huntington, West Virginia. We serve clients in the surrounding areas of Kentucky and Ohio.  Our firm also offers outstanding representation in personal injury claims, criminal defense, divorce and family matters, as well as DUI and traffic violations.  We are experienced in reaching positive outcomes for...

  • Huntington, West Virginia Experienced Lawyers In Huntington, West Virginia With law offices in Huntington, Bouchillon, Crossan & Colburn, L.C. provides experienced legal representation to clients in Cabell and Wayne counties and throughout surrounding areas in West Virginia. Our attorneys have significant experience handling a broad range of complex legal issues, including:...

  • Located in Charles Town, West Virginia, the law firm of Bottner & Skillman represents clients across Jefferson and Berkeley Counties in all areas of criminal law. An arrest can place your livelihood, freedom and future, and the well-being of your family in jeopardy. Regardless of whether your charge is state or federal, misdemeanor or felony, serious or minor, our law firm is here to support...

  • People in Charles Town, West Virginia, who are facing criminal charges, filing for divorce or dealing with family law issues often need a reliable attorney. At the law office of Arnold & Bailey, we understand the stress that may come with these types of matters. Our team of professionals acts as advocates to clients throughout Morgan, Berkeley and Jefferson counties who need help through legal...

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