Penn Valley Business Lawyer | California
Patrick H. Dwyer has twenty seven years of legal experience in a wide range of practice areas. There are two things that stand out in his practice: First, he is a conscientious lawyer that listens carefully to, and works with, his clients to meet their needs. Second, he encourages his clients to not wait for a legal problem to arrive at their doorstep, but instead, to get legal advice from the outset of any new venture or transaction.
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Serving Nevada County
At Other Times By Appointment
Typically hourly. Rates competitive and I may negotiate different fee arrangements depending upon the matter.
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