Review: “Melissa did a great job making me feel like a person and not just another number. She answered all my questions and I felt she was experienced and professional.”
Practice areas & skills: Domestic Violence, DUI & DWI, Criminal Defense
I have assisted hundreds of clients in a variety of legal matters ranging from family law and estate planning to criminal law, including domestic violence and minor traffic offenses, to civil litigation and debt settlements. I am comfortable in al...
Practice areas & skills: Domestic Violence, General Practice, Landlord & Tenant, Estate Planning, Family
Marion is a former pediatric and neonatal intensive care Registered Nurse. She is the divorced mother of 5 adult children and has 6 grandchildren. Marion provides cost effective legal representation for all of her family law clients.
Practice areas & skills: Domestic Violence, Child Custody, Mediation, Adoption, Divorce & Separation
Amanda Ferguson focuses her practice in domestic relations, doing divorce and custody, and estate planning. She has a background in energy and natural resources law, but chose to serve the public in a different capacity. She has a passion for help...
Practice areas & skills: Domestic Violence, Estate Planning, Divorce & Separation, Child Custody, Family
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