Top North Middletown Real Estate Lawyers - Kentucky

  • When you are charged with a crime in London, Kentucky, you need a defense team that represents you with vigor and without bias. At Edwards Law Office, we do just that. Whether you face state or federal criminal allegations, we defend you to the full extent of the law. We help wherever you are in Laurel County, Barbourville, Brodhead, East Bernstadt, Mount Vernon, Oneida, Livingston, Manchester,...

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  • Sean P. Paris focuses his law practice on family law, to include divorce, child custody and support, maintenance/alimony and post-decree modifications. We offer comprehensive legal solutions to meet the needs of businesses and individuals. Pearson & Paris is known for outstanding service to our clients and for our proven ability to solve even the most complex problems. Sean Paris is known for...

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  • At the law firm of Robin Simpson Smith, Attorney at Law, we combine more than three decades of experience with a commitment to personal and attentive legal representation. We work with clients throughout Prestonsburg and across Eastern Kentucky. Our principal attorney has a well-rounded background spanning a wide breadth of practice areas. She represents both plaintiffs and defendants, individuals...

  • We represent the people who keep America in business. At Cook & Watkins, PLC, we understand that businesses and professionals need high-quality, efficient legal representation. Our Georgetown and Louisville offices can provide you with the talented attorneys, strategic solutions and results you would expect from a large firm. We pride ourselves on producing exceptional work. The high standards...

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    At the law firm of Wilson, Stavros, Rowsey & Thomas in Ashland, Kentucky, we are fully committed to providing the highest level of representation possible for all of your most important and pressing legal issues. Serving Boyd, Carter, Greenup, and Lawrence counties, the attorneys at our law firm deliver the personalized attention and compassionate support our clients deserve while helping them...

  • Founded in 1966, the Louisville, Kentucky, law firm of Bornstein & Oppenheimer, PLLC, offers clients across Kentucky and Southern Indiana the benefits of our attorneys' experience in practice areas of personal injury (including motor vehicle accidents), real estate law, family law, estate planning and commercial collection. Because of our high ethical standards, reputation for integrity in the...

  • 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 The attorneys at Landrum & Shouse,LLP are focused on providing high-quality and cost-effective service to our clients. Many of our lawyers have been selected for legal services listings such as Best Lawyers in America, Kentucky Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in Kentucky. We are trial attorneys and appear in Kentucky Trial Verdict Reporter as among the most prolific law firms in...

  • At Kaplan Johnson Abate & Bird LLP, we practice complex, high-stakes matters across the nation from our office in Louisville Metro. Our lawyers have come together after having practiced at the highest levels in government and at leading international firms in major markets. We are graduates of some of the most prestigious universities and law schools in the country and include multiple federal...

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