George A. Steele has provided dedicated and diligent representation while serving as a vital source for answers to complex legal questions. Specific areas of his practice include the following:
- Bankruptcy — Did you know that a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing can provide immediate relief? Aggressive representatives of collection agencies must stop harassing you through constant telephone calls. Foreclosure actions against your home are suspended as well. For businesses, a Chapter 11 filing can keep the doors of a business open for operation while debts are reorganized. A fresh start is a telephone call away to one of Mr. Steele's Washington law offices.
- Criminal defense — Did you know that a criminal conviction is not automatic following an arrest. While fear sets in following DUI or domestic violence charges, speaking to police officers and prosecutors compromises, if not ignores your rights and usually makes it more likely that you will go to jail. More serious cases involving sex offenses or the need to file an appeal require immediate advocacy.
- Personal injury — Did you know that one of the first telephone calls you will receive following an accident is from insurance providers. Do not speak to them regarding circumstances surrounding a car accident injury. Do not provide them any information after a slip-and-fall accident. Contact Mr. Steele's law firm first. George A. Steele will speak to them on your behalf.
- Divorce — Did you know that a lawyer can be your best advocate during a divorce. George A. Steele stands up for the rights of his clients during divorce proceedings. He helps find resolutions to child custody and support-related matters. He protects the rights of clients pursuing or disputing a relocation to another state.
Contact George A. Steele
For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation with Olympia personal injury and criminal defense attorney George A. Steele, please contact him at 360-292-4332 or toll free at 877-359-6970.