Craig practices exclusively in the area of Family Law. Some of the cases he has... more
Craig practices exclusively in the area of Family Law. Some of the cases he has experience in involve child custody, spousal support, division of assets, grandparent rights, divorce, dissolution, post-decree modifications and division of retirement benefits. He has appeared in court in Montgomery, Greene, Darke, Preble, Clark and Warren counties.
I ama founding partner of The Law Offices of Brandabur, Bowling Crehan and have been... more
I ama founding partner of The Law Offices of Brandabur, Bowling Crehan and have been a lifelong resident of Hamilton, Ohio.My practice has a primary focus in DUI/OMVI Defense, Criminal Defense, Family Law and Personal Injury.I have successfully argued DUI/OMVI cases in most southwest Ohio County, Mayors and Municipal Courts including Butler County, Hamilton County, Preble County, Montgomery Co... view profile
Brian Joslyn is the founder and managing partner of Joslyn Law Firm. He created the... more
Brian Joslyn is the founder and managing partner of Joslyn Law Firm. He created the firm with the mission of providing all clients with the highest level of attention, whether they are facing misdemeanor or felony charges. Brian Joslyn represents clients in Columbus, Franklin County, Delaware County, Madison County and the surrounding communities. Clients receive open, practical communication t... view profile
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