Bankruptcy Lawyer Serving The Bridgeport, Shelton & Stratford, CT Areas
If you’re seeking an experienced Stratford law firm to assist with a range of legal issues, you can count on the expert team at the Law Offices of James G. O'Rourke. We understand that at some point in life, it’s inevitable that a person will need the advice of a skilled, experienced attorney to navigate through challenging legal situations. From divorce
and from family law to automobile accidents, we handle a variety of legal matters in a compassionate, skilled, and efficient manner.
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When you need an attorney on your side, you need one with the necessary courtroom and negotiation skills to get you the best results for your case. At the Law Offices of James G. O'Rourke, you get the peace of mind that comes with choosing a successful, reputable attorney known for reliable service and a proven track record of results.
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Law Offices of James G. O'Rourke
3406 Main St., Stratford, CT 06614 | 203-864-3306
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