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Abingdon Law Firm

Attorney Robert Copeland has been practicing law since 1975. As a result of his extensive legal experience, other attorneys in Southwest Virginia refer clients to him for assistance with complex litigation. The firm's service area spans eight counties in the region.

Copeland Law Firm, P.C., Operates A Diverse Practice In Abingdon, Virginia

Attorney Robert Copeland offers general representation and litigation services, as well as assistance with a broad range of other legal issues, including:

  • Business bankruptcy: Chapter 11 bankruptcy is a powerful tool for debt-reorganization that businesses can use to catch up on debt payments. Attorney Copeland assists all types of companies with Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In addition, Mr. Copeland works with fishermen and family farms with Chapter 12 bankruptcy proceedings.
  • Consumer bankruptcy: In today's uncertain economy, many consumers struggle with debt. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings are available to consumers who need to eliminate unsecured debts or catch up on mortgage payments, car payments and other debts.
  • Corporate law: Mr. Copeland provides a broad range of services to corporations, including minority shareholder representation. If you are a minority shareholder who has faced oppression by a majority shareholder, Mr. Copeland is prepared to take action to obtain compensation for your injuries.
  • Commercial real estate: Mr. Copeland works closely with builders, developers and lenders to ensure that projects stay on track, handling any legal problems that arise during development.

Contact Copeland Law Firm, P.C.

Schedule a consultation with lawyer Robert Copeland by contacting his Abingdon law firm at 276-628-9525.

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