Serving West Virginia and Maryland
At the law firm of Joseph Brophy Cordell, we focus our practice on family law, divorce, custody, child support, paternity and related issues, family violence, abuse & neglect matters and personal injury matters.
Licensed in both West Virginia and Maryland, our firm represents clients mainly in West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle and Western. Maryland, and have made Court appearances in the communities of Martinsburg, Charles Town, Berkeley Springs, Romney, Keyser, Moorefield, Petersburg, Clarksburg, Fairmont, and Charleston in West Virginia; and have made Court appearances in the communities of Hagerstown, Cumberland, Frederick, Rockville, Westminster, Baltimore and Towson in Maryland. Our offices are conveniently located in Martinsburg across from the Berkeley County Courthouse.
Our firm brings more than ten years of legal experience, and a wealth of life experience, to our legal practice. Joe has been through a divorce and custody battle himself, and is a single father. He was injured as a railroad employee, and was a plaintiff in lengthy personal injury case against the railroad. You can trust that we understand what you are facing, and that we can help.
We are here to guide you through the legal process and to help you understand and avoid its pitfalls. We take the time needed to get to know you, to thoroughly understand your history, to assess the key issues, and to help you identify your needs and goals. We use this information to develop an effective legal strategy tailored to get the best possible results.
If you are struggling with issues related to divorce, paternity, child custody, abuse & neglect, or a serious injury, and you’re not sure where to turn, you need an experienced, knowledgeable, and aggressive lawyer to protect your rights and interests. We urge you to contact us today for your free initial consultation with a West Virginia and Maryland attorney dedicated to your best interests.
Joseph Brophy Cordell, Attorney at Law
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