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Glenn M. Hodge, Of Counsel
Glenn M. Hodge, Of Counsel
ghodge@wawlaw.com
540.434.0316
Donald E. Showalter, Of Counsel
Donald E. Showalter, Of Counsel
dshowalt@wawlaw.com
540.434.0316
Matthew W. Light, Esq. (Removed)
Matthew W. Light, Esq. (Removed)
mlight@wawlaw.com

Stephan W. Milo
Stephan W. Milo
smilo@wawlaw.com
540.434.0316
Jeffrey R. Adams
Jeffrey R. Adams
jadams@wawlaw.com
540.434.0316

Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver, PLC

100 South Mason Street
P.O. Box 20028
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
United States

Consult With A Proven West Virginia Municipal Lawyer

The proven West Virginia municipal lawyers at Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver, PLC are experienced in the effective resolution of municipal lawsuits as related to ordinances or regulations within a municipality in West Virginia. West Virginia municipal attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of general municipal law, including but not limited to police labor laws, firefighter labor laws and municipal contract cases in West Virginia, West Virginia. Clients will have the confidence of knowing that their case is being handled by an experienced and knowledgeable West Virginia municipal lawyer.

The West Virginia municipal attorneys have experience representing clients in matters involving:

  • West Virginia Chapter 9 Municipal Reorganization Lawyer
  • West Virginia Firefighter Labor Lawyer
  • West Virginia Municipal Bankruptcy Lawyer
  • West Virginia Municipal Finance Lawyer
  • West Virginia Municipal Labor Lawyer
  • West Virginia Municipal Liability Lawyer
  • West Virginia Municipal Redevelopment Lawyer
  • West Virginia Municipal Risk Management Lawyer
  • West Virginia Municipal Solid Waste Lawyer
  • West Virginia Municipal Solid Waste Resource Recovery Lawyer
  • West Virginia Municipal Utility Lawyer
  • West Virginia Police Labor Lawyer
  • West Virginia Public Labor Lawyer
  • West Virginia Tax Increment Finance Lawyer

Experienced West Virginia Municipal Attorney

Municipal Law is a mixture of ordinances, regulations, bylaws and decisions that govern a municipality. Because municipalities have many and various responsibilities, the law in this area covers a broad range of issues. A municipality is a city, town or local government unit, formed by municipal charter from the state as a municipal corporation. Its purpose is to govern local affairs, such as zoning, the delivery of services, such as water and police protection, and the administration of local departments like the school system. Local ordinances are drafted and/or enforced by governing bodies of (sometimes) elected officials, such as the city council, school boards, planning boards or zoning boards. Hearings before these boards on local business or controversies are usually open to the public. Decisions on local matters may be appealed, and if they involve a federal issue, may even be heard all the way to the Supreme Court.

An experienced West Virginia municipal lawyer is professional and knowledgeable in understanding the details, facts, complications, and circumstances that arise in a municipal case.

Trusted West Virginia Municipal Law Firm

The West Virginia municipal attorneys at Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver, PLC are distinguished by a history of successful municipal claim recoveries. For experienced representation in a municipal dispute or for assistance with a municipal proposal, contact the West Virginia municipal lawyers at Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver, PLC in West Virginia.

Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver, PLC

100 South Mason Street
P.O. Box 20028
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
United States

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Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver, PLC

100 South Mason Street
P.O. Box 20028
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
United States

Law Firm Contact: Thomas E. Ullrich / Jeffrey R. Adams

Tel: 540.434.0316

Fax: 540.434.5502

Email: tullrich@wawlaw.com, jadams@wawlaw.com

Website: www.wawlaw.com

Member Since: 2014

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