Patricia A. Abell
Attorney at Law
The Normandy Building
101 North Seventh St.
Louisville, KY, 40202
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LITIGATION, BUSINESS & EMPLOYMENT LAW
I provide a broad range of quality legal services to a variety of clients, including both businesses and individuals, in Kentucky.
I understand the need for cost effective representation and I strive to not only address my clients’ current issues but to provide them with the tools they need to avoid similar problems in the future.
If you need assistance with legal issues involving contracts, employment, litigation, leases, insurance, federal contract compliance, breach of contract or trademark application, please contact me to discuss your legal issues. If you need to file Bankruptcy, have an employment dispute, were denied Unemployment benefits, have a foreclosure or other collection case pending, please contact me for an appointment. I can also assist you if need to write your Last Will and Testament, probate an estate; or have sustained a personal injury.
Is Bankruptcy your only option?
I currently practice in Metro Louisville, and serve clients living in Jefferson and surrounding counties. If you live in Breckinridge, Bullitt, Hardin, Jefferson, Larue, Marion, Meade, Nelson, Oldham, Spencer or Washington counties in Kentucky and are interested in filing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy please contact me for a consultation.
We are a debt relief agency.
We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
Kentucky does not certify specialties of legal practice.
Patricia A. Abell |Attorney at Law | The Normandy Building | 101 North Seventh St. | Louisville, KY 40202 | Phone: (502)561-3455 | email@example.com
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