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Carlisle Family Law Firm
Well-versed in many legal areas and possessing diverse backgrounds that help us better connect with those we serve, our attorneys have years of experience assisting our clients with protecting their rights and best interests while fighting to achieve the best outcome possible for each unique case. We have earned a reputation for our personalized, one-on-one service and unmatched legal abilities, and our law firm has received many five-star reviews from our satisfied clients.
Whether fighting on your behalf in court, negotiating favorable terms for your divorce agreement or assisting you with obtaining your rightful SSDI benefits, you can trust that we will do whatever we can to help increase your chances of achieving the positive results you seek. If you wish to establish your final wishes for the future, we offer comprehensive wills and estate plans to help you protect your assets, preserve your wealth and create a lasting legacy that will serve your heirs and loved ones well into the future.
For more information on how Coover & Associates can best assist you with your legal matter, you can schedule a free initial consultation by calling our law office or visiting our website.
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About Coover & Associates
- Family Law
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Criminal Law
- Violent Crimes
2 S Hanover St Carlisle, PA 17013
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