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Newark Family And Criminal Law Attorney

Finding yourself in need of a lawyer can be stressful. Knowing that you have an experienced attorney to trust with your legal issue can provide relief from the chaos you may be experiencing. At the office of McCoy & McCoy, Attorneys at Law, our legal team, led by Attorney Carl McCoy, has provided personalized legal services to residents of central Ohio for more than 30 years.

Ohio And Licking County Divorce Lawyer, Probate, Criminal Defense And Other Practice Areas

We assist our clients in a wide range of legal issues with an emphasis in:

  • Family law — Including dissolution, divorce, child custody, shared parenting, child support and post-decree modifications
  • Estate planning and probate — Administrating estates and trusts, preparing wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney, health care directives and other critical life-planning tools
  • Criminal defense and juvenile law — Protecting the rights of individuals who face misdemeanor and felony allegations and charges
  • Personal injury — Helping individuals who have been seriously hurt in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip-and-fall accidents and other incidents receive the compensation they deserve

We offer a free consultation in which our Newark family and criminal law attorneys can review the facts of your case and recommend the best steps to take next. Call 740-345-4545 locally, or email us to schedule an appointment.

Carl McCoy Joe McCoy
McCoy & McCoy Attorneys At Law

McCoy & McCoy, Attorneys at Law
57 East Main Street
Newark, OH 43055

Phone: 740-345-4545
Fax: 740-345-3644
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The office of McCoy & McCoy, Attorneys at Law, in Newark, Ohio, serves residents throughout central Ohio, including residents of Alexandria, Pataskala, Etna Township, Buckeye Lake, Johnstown, St. Louisville, Coshocton, Granville, Heath, Hebron, Kirkersville, Hanover, New Albany, Reynoldsburg and Zanesville. We assist residents of all cities and towns in Licking County, Coshocton County, Knox County, Perry County and Muskingum County.