We Are Here To Help You
Stevenson & Tierney, Attorneys at Law, is a proud facet of Owensboro, Kentucky. Instead of the big firms that cost you exorbitant fees for specialized yet impersonal service, turn to a local attorney to help you. We are here for each member of our community and want to provide the representation or legal service everyone needs.
Why Choose A Local Lawyer?
We pride ourselves on being part of a local firm that is dedicated to helping residents of Owensboro and beyond who need our help. Indeed, with us, we can guarantee these things:
- Dedication to our community: Our attorneys work for and with community members both inside and outside of the firm. We want to lend our expertise and knowledge to those who need it. We also dedicate our time to other community issues that are important to us. Owensboro is our home, and we want to take care of it in any way we can.
- Personal attention: More than anything, we are compassionate individuals who want to help you. You are not a number to us; you are a person who needs our help. We are ready to provide that from start to finish.
- Investment in your case: At our firm, you will work only with a licensed, experienced lawyer. Your case will never be handed off to an assistant or paralegal. An attorney will work directly with you to provide the service and advocacy you need in your unique situation.
- The only firm you need: We practice in multiple areas of law, and our firm can help you again and again with almost any legal issue you are facing. There is no need to go out searching with every new issue. We will always be ready to help you, and you can trust our experience and ability to represent you.
Stevenson & Tierney, Attorneys at Law, are the local lawyers you need. Whether you are facing business law, bankruptcy, family law or estate planning issues, turn to us for help. Schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys today by calling 270-215-4283. You can also send an email.
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