Shreveport Personal Injury & Family Law Attorney Consultation Service Launched

A fast, no obligation consultation service has been announced by Bowie & Beresko, the Shreveport law firm. The team works with clients in family, personal injury and bankruptcy areas.

Shreveport, United States - June 12, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Bowie & Beresko APLC, the attorneys in Shreveport, LA with a focus on family law, bankruptcy and personal injury cases, have announced that they can provide clients with a fast no obligation consultation. The team was established in 1989 and prides itself on helping clients to obtain the best result in all their cases.

More information can be found at:

The site explains that Bowie & Beresko APLC has grown over the years to become a leading firm in the Shreveport, LA area. The firm provides high quality, reliable legal services in a wide range of areas.

For example, they can help with divorce, child support and alimony, bankruptcy, property division, lemon law, criminal law, personal injury, military divorces, custody, wills and succession, redhibition, and domestic violence.

When dealing with legal cases in the family law, personal injury and bankruptcy fields, it can be a confusing, stressful and worrying time. Working with a professional attorney can help to ensure the process runs smoothly.

The team at Bowie & Beresko APLC provide clients with guidance, information, and access to an experienced and knowledgeable team throughout the process of their divorce or family law case.

Because family is the most important thing in everyone’s life, it’s important to work with a lawyer who can dedicate themselves to protecting families and getting them the best results.

The Shreveport lawyers state: “With Bowie & Beresko APLC, you can rest assured knowing that your legal problems will be handled swiftly and efficiently. Our mission is to provide care and concern for our clients alongside meticulous preparation for their legal proceedings. We make a point to keep our clients fully informed on the status of their proceedings.”

With every family law case, Bowie & Beresko put the family and children first. This helps to ensure they do what is right for the families and the individuals they represent.

The team also has 33 years’ experience in personal injury cases and can help clients regardless of their injury type.

Full details of the services provided and the consultation service available can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Skip Beresko
Email: Send Email
Organization: Bowie & Beresko, APLC
Address: 400 Travis St #700, Shreveport, Louisiana 71101, United States

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 523138

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