Woehrle Dahlberg Jones Yao, PLLC. is a general practice law firm with decades of experience in all facets of the law, including litigation both in the Federal Courts and State Courts, as well as transactional law and representation. We have offices located throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia serving the Greater Northern and Central Virginia Areas. Our firm strives to meet all the legal needs of the clients we present. Each of our attorneys has their own practice tailored to their background and experience.
Because the founders of the firm are Christians, the focus of the law firm has always been compassionate service to the community as a whole. We make an effort to provide quality service at an affordable price. We care about you and your legal issues. As the law firm has grown we have sought to associate attorneys and staff members with a similar vision. Our goal is to serve you.
Our bigger vision is that a client should not be bounced around from law firm to law firm to meet all of the needs of a client. If a client is working with an attorney on one issue who does not have the experience to address another issue, the furthest that client should have to walk is down the hall. At other firms, they may have to refer the client to outside counsel for other aspects of the work needed. The scope of our practice areas is so broad that this is rarely a problem. You don’t want to risk having your attorney fail to address all the issues that our face.As one of the largest law firms in Virginia*, we have a big city appearance but a small town feel. Truly a personal touch. At each location, our goal is to serve the people in the surrounding communities. Our “in-house” approach provides our clients with a variety of legal services so our clients can be assured they will always be working only with Woehrle Dahlberg Jones Yao PLLC. One stop shopping.
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