Caring And Committed Legal Counsel

Upfront And Compassionate Representation

A lawyer is meant to be someone you can turn to when you need help the most. An attorney should protect your best interests, not drawing out your case or blindsiding you with unexpected fees. Here at Wolfe, Rice & Quinn, LLC, we believe in fighting for your best interests with transparency and a commitment to bringing your case to the most favorable resolution possible.

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What Our Experience Offers You

Our Gettysburg lawyers have more than 30 years of experience defending our clients’ needs. Our team strives to offer clients legal service in the areas of law that have some of the greatest impact on their lives:

  • Family law – Tensions can flare when dealing with divorce, support and alimony, custody and property division. We can keep things civil while negotiating for your best interests.
  • Estate planning – Wills, critical documents, probate and estate administration, and elder law needs are all critical matters than can greatly impact the future of you and your family.
  • Criminal defense – You aren’t just defending yourself; you are looking to defend your rights, future and freedom. Fight to protect yourself and keep your record clean.
  • Civil litigation – This can be a cheaper and often quicker method of settling legal disputes compared with taking your case to court.

While we are guiding you through these complex legal mazes, we also fight to make sure you are getting the best possible service. We are crystal-clear about what you can expect to pay for our services. We do not charge needless fees or drag out the case longer than it needs to go on.

Trust Our Firm With Your Legal Case

We know how stressful any kind of legal need can be. When you choose to work with our firm, you can rest assured that our experience will work for you. Contact us at our Gettysburg office by calling us at 717-253-9182 or by emailing us here. Act today to schedule your initial consultation and take the first step toward resolving your case.