Charleston General Litigation Attorneys
What is Considered General Litigation in West Virginia?
In the State of West Virginia the term “General Litigation”, or civil cases, is a vague term that refers to lawsuits where one party must pay another after following a legal dispute. These cases typically include: real estate, probate, asset distribution, fraud, personal injury, etc.
Our firm has been hired by people from all walks of life who need competent, trustworthy legal assistance. From the personal matters brought to us by individuals and families, to the highly complex and business-oriented issues facing large corporations, our attorneys are prepared to handle virtually any challenge. We pride ourselves on thoroughly preparing for each and every case. Even if a case appears simple on the surface, we stay ready to argue in court should it need to go that far.
For more information contact us at (304) 345-7250 to schedule an initial consultation at our firm.
Contact Us Today With Any Questions
Do you think you need a lawyer but aren’t sure what kind of case you’re dealing with? Our knowledgeable team can help. Not all situations fall neatly within a certain legal practice area, but we can have you meet with a lawyer whose experience most closely matches your concerns. During an initial consultation, we can discuss the details of your case and help you figure out how the law can be used to help you. Our Charleston lawyers make it a priority to make themselves available to clients all hours of the day and night, so you will always have a resource when burning questions arise.
At Pence Law Firm, PLLC, you will find diversely experienced attorneys who have appeared before state, federal, and administrative forums. Our general litigation practice covers a wide array of legal services, such as estate planning, contract disputes, real estate transactions, and more. Whether a case can be negotiated amicably or needs to be resolved in a trial, our Charleston attorneys are prepared to go as far as it takes to obtain the best possible outcome.