For the founder of the Flanigan Law Office in Princeton, West Virginia, handling family law and estate planning cases is about more than resolving issues for clients: It is about giving back. Paige Flanigan has spent decades guiding people through some of the most difficult times of their lives. Today, she primarily focuses on issues such as divorce, Social Security Disability Insurance and estates.
Ms. Flanigan’s law office has assisted countless people throughout Mercer County and the surrounding counties. Proud of her Irish heritage, she says her parents raised her to help those who are unable to help themselves. Using her skills and experience, Ms. Flanigan ably interprets the law as it applies to each client’s case, outlining the best possible options for moving forward and navigating the legal process while providing clients with support and compassion. In addition to the work at her practice, Ms. Flanigan serves the legal community as president of the West Virginia Association for Justice.
Ever ready to go to trial, Ms. Flanigan has taken many cases to court, but she will attempt to reach a settlement when it is in her client’s best interests. Clients who work with her can expect honest and reliable representation. Flanigan Law Office accepts credit cards as a form of payment.
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