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Matthew J. Zeigler

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Family Law, Criminal, Bankruptcy & Debt, Personal Injury

We are led by Attorney Matthew J. Zeigler who, graduating at the top of his law school class and serving on the Law Review and in the Pennsylvania Civ... (more)

At the Zeigler Law Firm, we are committed to zealously representing our clients' interests.  We understand that you hired an attorney because the matter is of vital importance to you.  And so it is just as important to us.

Because we are also dedicated to assuring equal access to the courthouse for everyone, regardless of wealth, we intentionally set our fees below those of our peers.  And your initial consultation is always free.

When you find yourself searching for an attorney, you need to be confident of your choice.  Matthew J. Zeigler has represented thousands of clients in over 17 years of practicing law, helping clients in every walk of life to face the complexities and adversities of our legal system.

Whether you are facing criminal charges, find yourself knee deep in debt and considering bankruptcy, have pressing family concerns or are confronted with sudden job loss - we have the knowledge and experience to help you.

    Zeigler Law Firm
    353 Pine St
    Williamsport, PA 17701
    41.2412148,-77.0038613
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    353 Pine St
    Williamsport, PA 17701

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