When you have a legal dispute that needs professional assistance, Baum Law Office has the attorney you need to navigate through the Lancaster, OH, court system.
Legal cases can be confusing and overwhelming with or without a lawyer, but Baum Law Office will work hard to relieve some of the burden and get you the best possible outcome.
Whether you need a criminal defense, civil litigation or family law attorney, Baum Law Office in Lancaster, OH, has you covered.
For more than five years, Baum Law Office has been assisting Lancaster & New Lexington, OH with criminal and family law as well as civil litigation issues.
Baum Law Office focuses on:
Criminal defense:Criminal defense includes misdemeanors, felonies, traffic violations such as DUI, and drug crimes. A criminal case can have overwhelming and lasting consequences. Don’t try to litigate your own court case when you can call the criminal defense attorney at Baum Law Office.
Family law: Family law includes divorce, child custody, child support and modifications of parenting plans. If you’ve made the decision that separation from your partner is your best option, call Baum Law Office today.
Civil litigation: Baum Law Office can handle a variety of civil litigation matters where a legal dispute between two or more parties is involved. The civil litigation attorney can get you the best possible outcome on your Lancaster, OH, court case.
Baum Law Office delivers personalized attention on every legal dispute—from felonies to landlord/tenant issues.
As a criminal law, family law and civil litigation attorney, Baum Law Office works hard to understand your particular situation. Let Baum Law Office take the burden of the long and stressful legal process off your shoulders with quality litigation.
For an initial consultation over the phone, call 740-777-8673. You can also receive your initial consultation via email or by coming to Baum Law Office in Lancaster, OH. Don’t face the court system without an expert by your side.
Accompanying Dorian Baum is retired Fairfield County, Judge Kathy S. Mowry, the person who first got me involved with the community service work in Fairfield County, and former OSBA President Carol Seubert Marx Attorney at Law, the one who was kind enough to nominate me for the award.