Lawyer Referral Service - Butler County PA

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Law Office of Leland C. Clark, Esq.
138 E. Jefferson St.
2nd Floor
Butler, PA 16001
United States
(724) 431-4445
Legal Services Offered:
Family Law (Divorce, Custody, Support)
Law Degree:
Juris Doctor from the University of Arizona College of Law
Bachelor of Arts from Allegheny College
Bar Admission Date(s):

More About this Attorney

Excellent representation, affordable rates.
The mission of my practice is to provide excellent representation at an affordable rate.  Excellent representation means getting the best result in the shortest amount of time.    The longer legal problems drag out, the more they cause stress, cost more money, and prevent people from moving on with their lives. 
My practice focuses on the client who does not make enough to pay $200/hour for a lawyer but at the same time makes too much to qualify for free legal services.  The hourly rate that I charge is well below average for an attorney in this region.  I can charge below the market rate without compromising service by keeping overhead low.  I have only one employee, a modest office, and I do not spend large sums on marketing and advertising.  The majority of my clients come to me based on a recommendation from former or current clients.  Call the office to find out my rates so you can compare them to others in the area.
My office offers representation for matters concerning family law, criminal law, traffic offenses, and juvenile law in the Butler County, Pennsylvania area.  If you or a family member needs help with any of these areas, send an email or call to schedule a consultation.
Legal Services Offered     
*   Family matters such as divorce, child custody, protection from abuse, child support, grandparents' visitation, spousal support, adoption, and marital settlement agreements. 
*  Criminal defense for felonies, misdemeanors and summaries.  Examples of cases handled are public drunkeness, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, simple assault, aggravated assault, drug possession, paraphernalia, forgery, bad checks, access device fraud, conspiracy, identity theft, burglary, robbery, arson, and firearms violations. 
*  Traffic offenses such as DUI , driving during suspension, speeding, hit and run, careless or reckless driving, fleeing and eluding, stop sign violations, and accidents.
*  Juvenile delinquencies and dependency.  This includes when a minor child has committed a crime like the ones listed above or when the Children and Youth Agency has taken custody of a minor child or children due to allegations of abuse or neglect.