Elizabeth E. Toole, Attorney
Helping You Move Forward
Most people who are going through a divorce or facing criminal charges simply want to move on with their lives, which is no simple task. The various issues in a divorce can cause the litigation to drag on for months or years with no apparent end in sight, and a criminal conviction can end in jail time, fines and a black mark on your reputation that could last a lifetime. In these situations, your best approach is to work with an attorney and the dedicated staff who are At Hogan & Toole, LLP, our Fort Wayne attorneys handle criminal and family law matters for clients who want to move forward from their legal issues. We do everything we can to minimize the time, cost and stress associated with criminal or family law matters. Focused on getting the best results possible in your case, as efficiently as possible.
Lawyers With Relevant Experience
Attorneys Cynthia Hogan and Elizabeth Toole have more than 25 years of combined legal experience in mediation, litigation and appellate work. We bring relevant personal experience, as well. In both criminal law and family law matters, our personal family experience helps us provide legal representation for our clients that is marked by compassion and understanding. We know that life can be complicated and sometimes extremely challenging. We are here to help you.
Personalized Legal Representation
No two cases are the same, and every client's needs are unique. As a law firm, we never forget the importance of treating each client differently and giving each client's case the individualized attention it deserves. We both share the same commitment to being accessible to our clients and to always keeping them in the communication circle regarding their cases.
Allen County Attorneys ∙ Family Law and Criminal Defense
Our office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with flexible scheduling to meet your needs. Call to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer from Hogan & Toole, LLP. We represent clients in Allen County and the surrounding northeast Indiana counties.
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Hogan & Toole, LLP
110 West Berry Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
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