New Haven Connecticut Family Law And Personal Injury Attorneys

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David G. Volman, Attorney at Law, L.L.C.
45 Huntington Plaza
Shelton, CT 06484
Tel: (203) 989-0981

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The highly experienced and motivated Family Law and Personal Injury lawyers at David G. Volman, Attorney at Law, L.L.C. serve the city of Shelton as well as all of New Haven County and the state of Connecticut! Attorney David G. Volman handles all types of Family Law, Criminal Defense, Bankruptcy and Personal Injury Issues. If you have a legal matter that you need assistance with, contact our experienced New Haven County, Connecticut Attorney. We can help you and your family!

No Case Is Too Small Or Too Large!

Facing a legal issue alone can be an intimidating experience, especially if your future or the future of your family is at stake. At Volman Law, we are dedicated to providing our family law and personal injury clients with personalized, supportive and responsive legal guidance. Whether you need help with divorce and other family law issues or are the victim of a serious injury, we will do everything in our power to help ensure you achieve the best outcome possible under Connecticut law. Throughout the entire process, you can count on us to be honest and straightforward with you regarding your case. We will always tell you the truth; even if it isn’t what you want to hear.

Your questions will always be answered and your phone calls will ALWAYS be returned. The Connecticut family law, foreclosure and bankruptcy attorneys at Volman Law welcome the opportunity to serve you. Trying to work through any type of legal issue can be extremely overwhelming, especially legal issues that put your financial security or freedom at risk. We understand the anxiety that can come with these situations and we promise to do everything we can to help you through this process in a way that allows you to feel secure about the outcome. We know the law and will explain your legal rights. The pursuit of your goals, such as reducing your debts, maximizing recovery for your personal injury claim, handling a family matter, resolving a real estate issue or the defense of criminal charges, is our main concern.

Volman Law Have Handled A Diverse Range Of Family Law And Personal Injury Cases Throughout The State Of Connecticut.

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