Top Brooks Land Use & Zoning Lawyers - Kentucky

  • My name is Dennis R. Carrithers, Attorney at Law. From my office in Louisville, I offer high-quality legal solutions that meet the needs of my clients throughout Kentucky. I practice in a broad spectrum of areas, including landlord-tenant, commercial real estate, estate planning, family law, bankruptcy and business law. My goal is to provide comprehensive representation that meets all the legal...

  • Attorneys Thomas and John David Meyer are the founders of the Owensboro law firm, Meyer & Meyer, LLP. At the firm, the two attorneys, who have over 60 years of combined experience, assist both individuals and business clients from throughout Daviess County and surrounding Western Kentucky with legal matters in the areas of business, commercial and corporate law, estate planning, tax law, and...

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    Eaves, Olds, Bohannon & Floyd, PLLC -- a full-service law firm proudly serving Richmond & Madison County Kentucky's legal needs since 1963. Practice areas:  real estate, business, civil litigation, health care, appeals, collections, construction law, condemnation, planning & zoning, personal injury & wrongful death, taxation, wills, trusts, estate planning, probate, divorce,...

  • Harlin Parker is the oldest law firm in South Central Kentucky, and provides its clients creative solutions in probate, bankruptcy, business law and other fields. Since 1906, our firm has had a proud tradition of excellent, results-driven legal representation. We serve clients throughout Kentucky. A Law Firm For Virtually All Your Needs Our general practice firm is prepared to assist you in a wide...

  • Our firm handles legal matters in the following practice areas :   General Civil Trial and Appellate Practice Criminal Defense Driving Under the Influence  Felonies Misdemeanors Homicides Drug Crimes Personal Injury Plaintiff and Defense  Automobile Accidents Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice Slip and Fall Domestic Relations Family, Divorce, Adoptions Corporate, Real Estate Wills,...

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