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Spotsylvania Family Law Firm
We represent people in a wide range of legal areas...
We represent people in a wide range of legal areas...Whether you are facing a divorce, criminal charges or a civil suit, it is vital to have an experienced, straight-talking professional on your side to help you navigate the legal system. At the law firm of Leigh S. Gettier, Attorney at Law, our lawyer has been helping protect the rights of individuals in Virginia since 2001. We provide one-on-one attention that adheres to strict standards of discretion and confidentiality.
We represent people in a wide range of legal areas. We handle all family law issues, from divorce to child custody and property division. We also help people who have been charged with a crime build a strong criminal defense. In addition, we handle a variety of civil litigation matters, from contract disputes to matters involving construction defects. When you retain our services, our attorney will personally handle every aspect of your case, never passing the work onto a paralegal or an associate.
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About Leigh S. Gettier, Attorney at Law
- Criminal Law
- Leigh Stanley Gettier (Attorney)
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
9137 Courthouse RdSte 200 Spotsylvania, VA 22553- 1888
Mon-Fri: 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM, Sat: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Sun: Closed, Sat-Sun by Appointment Only
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