The primary practice areas of Soroka & Associates, LLC, Attorneys at Law, include, but are not limited to:
•Criminal Law, including DUI, drug defense, RICO and white collar crimes, misdemeanors and felony offenses and appeals and post-conviction criminal law matters
•Civil and Commercial Litigation, including commercial litigation, contract disputes, partnership disputes, business tort, breach of fiduciary duty, defamation, non-compete and non-disclosure litigation, and general business litigation.
•Corporate Law, including entity formation and dissolution, mergers and acquisitions, contracts and commercial litigation
•Family Law, including divorce, child custody issues, paternity matters, prenuptial agreements and post-divorce modifications
•Personal Injury and Wrongful Death, including motor vehicle accidents, trucking accidents, employer torts, workplace injuries, injuries on property, negligent security, spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injury
The law firm's attorneys offer the advantage of knowledge and experience across a broad spectrum of legal areas. This gives the firm the advantage of drawing on knowledge from the full team, and it gives clients the benefit of knowing that they have an attorney who recognizes that resolving a legal problem in one area of the law often requires addressing legal consequences that arise in another area. The law firm will work diligently to protect your rights and interests in every way possible.
The firm offers a free initial consultation to help you get to know the attorneys you will be working with. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays, and evening and weekend consultations are available. Lawyers are available to meet at their office in Columbus or at any correctional facility or jail throughout Ohio for criminal defense matters. The firm accepts payments plans.
Specific Areas of Practice for our Columbus office:
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