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Centrally located in the heart of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, Adams, Stepner, Woltermann & Dusing, PLLC is a full service law firm providing a diverse clientele with sound legal counsel and representation. The firm’s attorneys are licensed to practice and represent clients in state and federal courts in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana.
Effective representation in today’s business world requires experienced lawyers, concentrated focus and client centered service. The intricacies of the needs of families and individuals require similar experience and service. To meet today’s complex business and family needs, the firm provides concentrated services in seven major practice groups.
The firm’s practice groups include all of the legal areas required in today’s rapidly changing and highly technical business environment, as well as on the complexities of every facet of family and personal representation. Our lawyers focus on issues ranging from business disputes and litigation, municipal representation, school law, divorce in Kentucky, estate planning, corporate compliance issues, employment issues, workers’ compensation, complex product liability litigation and personal injury cases, and real estate.
Our attorneys have countless hours of experience and a reputation for responsiveness to our clients. We are very proud of our demonstrated record of success with roots reaching back 100 years!
We welcome you to browse around our law firm’s website and get to know our team of talented attorneys! In the event that you need our assistance, don’t hesitate to give us a call.
We welcome your comments or questions by phone at (859) 394-6200 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
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