Des Moines Area Lawyer
Serving Central Iowa ...
Fernandez Law Firm was born of a desire to provide clients enthusiatic,
thorough, and effective representation in a professional setting. Service
is paramount. Initial consultations are free.
The scope of the representation is clearly defined once we have visited,
the issues are identified and your needs are made clear. You will be presented
with a written contract and an engagement letter.
The Fernandez Law Firm is sensitive to your needs. Questions you have
will get answered. Telephone calls will be returned. You will be consistently
updated on the progress of your case. Evening and weekend appointments
can be arranged. All matters are explained in plain, common sense language.
Fernandez Law Firm is a general practice Des Moines law firm. Among the
dominant areas of practice are family law (dissolutions, modifications,
child custody and juvenile matters), personal injury and chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Although most cases, generally, are settled without going to trial, the
Fernandez Law Firm brings more than 10 years of civil litigation experience
and is able to bring your case to trial. The Fernandez Law Firm is affiliated
with the Polk County Bar Association, the Iowa State Bar Association,
the Iowa Association for Justice, the American Association for Justice,
the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) and local (Iowa) NELA.
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