Lewis County, West Virginia Landlord Tenant Lawyers

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Trena Marie Williams
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Lewis County, WV Landlord Tenant Attorney with 13 years experience
(304) 517-1460 217 E 3rd Street
Weston, WV 26452
Landlord Tenant, Divorce, Domestic Violence and Family
West Virginia University College of Law
Trena Williams has practiced law since 2005 and is a native of Lewis County, West Virginia. Legal services are provided with expertise and compassion.
David Karickhoff Esq
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Braxton County, WV Landlord Tenant Lawyer with 24 years experience
(304) 765-3506 621 Main Street
Sutton, WV 26601
Landlord Tenant, Criminal, DUI and Insurance Claims
West Virginia University College of Law
I provide diligent and skilled representation in Braxton, Gilmer, and surrounding counties to individuals in the following areas: Criminal Defense, DUI Defense, Juvenile Defense, Personal Injury, Wills, and Deeds.
Jeffrey R. Blair
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Putnam County, WV Landlord Tenant Lawyer
(304) 964-0020 421 Midland Trail
Hurricane, WV 25526
Landlord Tenant, Collections, Estate Planning and Real Estate
West Virginia University
Mr. Blair resides in Putnam County and has always been dedicated to serving his community. After receiving his B.F.A. from Marshall University, he attended and graduated from West Virginia University College of Law. At WVU, he worked in a legal clinic, working closely with clients in southern West Virginia and local governments and municipalities throughout the state. He also actively participated in a mediation program designed to mediate civil matters in local magistrate courts after being trained in mediation by the West Virginia State Bar. Mr. Blair later served as law clerk for several circuit court judges in the...
C. Page Hamrick III
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Kanawha County, WV Landlord Tenant Attorney
(304) 345-8283 1550 Kanawha Blvd. East
Charleston, WV 25311
Landlord Tenant, Bankruptcy, Divorce and Estate Planning
West Virginia University College of Law
Ann Marie Morelli
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Hancock County, WV Landlord Tenant Attorney with 7 years experience
(681) 328-3909 3364 Main Street
Weirton, WV 26062
Landlord Tenant, Criminal, Divorce and Domestic Violence
Admitted to practice law in California (currently inactive since 2013)since 2010. Worked for Ainbinder & Pratt until we moved back to West Virginia in 2011. Following a bar exam and MPRE exam was admitted to practice law in October 2012 in West Virginia. Opened Morelli Law in January of 2013. Offering representation in DUI, Criminal Law, some family court matters and Domestic Violence support.
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