Few law firms in New Hampshire can match the breadth and depth of knowledge founding partners Kalie L. Lydon and Edward W. Richards bring to your legal matter. At the Nashua law office of Lydon & Richards, P.C., our lawyers guide individuals, families and businesses through legal challenges and life obstacles, whether it involves personal injury, criminal defense, divorce or estate planning. Our focus is always on helping you, our client, get to the best possible outcome in any legal matter before you.
Our experience and approach has led to a history of success helping people in Hillsborough County, Rockingham County and throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts with a wide range of legal matters, including:
We have earned the respect of our peers through our dedicated approach to the practice of law. More importantly, we have earned the trust of our clients by relentlessly seeking the outcome that works best according to their unique situation.
From legal help with your medical and financial recovery after an accident to protecting your rights and freedom in the criminal justice system, let our experienced lawyers put their knowledge and dedication to justice to work for you.
Contact Lydon & Richards, P.C., to get the knowledgeable legal support, experienced guidance and compassionate advocacy you need during your legal challenge.
65 Temple StreetNashua, NH 03060- 3450
M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm
Law Offices of Lydon & Richards, P.C.117A Bow StreetPortsmouth, New Hampshire 03801603-821-4801
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