Shreveport LA Family Law Child Custody & Divorce Legal Services Launched

Shreveport, LA law firm The Law Office of Bowie & Beresko launched an updated range of family and divorce law services for clients in Shreveport and the surrounding areas.

Shreveport, United States - July 12, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

The Law Office of Bowie & Beresko, a law firm based in Shreveport, Louisiana, announced an updated range of family law services for clients interested in professional legal representations in divorce, child custody, and other similar cases. The team of dedicated attorneys has decades of experience offering high-quality family law and divorce services for clients in Shreveport and the surrounding areas.

More details can be found at https://shreveportlawyers.net/family-law.

Divorce, child custody and other legal issues directly affecting one’s family can be stressful and complex, making it essential to find a competent law firm that can handle any unpredictable legal situations.

Bowie & Beresko have been handling family law cases for more than 33 years, having helped thousands of clients benefit from expert legal representation in a variety of cases.

The Shreveport law office can provide complete legal representation for a wide range of legal issues, including divorce, child support and custody, spousal support, property division, adoption, domestic violence, wills and succession, and many others.

The firm works closely with each client to assess their situation, gather all the necessary documents, and create an efficient legal strategy that best meets their needs and interests.

The Law Office of Bowie & Beresko also provides complete legal solutions in other areas, including bankruptcy, criminal law, personal injury, and others.

With the latest update, the Shreveport law firm continues to adapt its services to the latest legal developments.

A satisfied client said: “I have had the privilege of working with the law office of Bowie & Beresko for the past 9 years. Their experience, knowledge and professionalism is something I have admired over the years. I would definitely recommend this law firm to anyone needing help with family, personal injury or bankruptcy type legal services.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Skip Beresko
Email: Send Email
Organization: Bowie & Beresko, APLC
Address: 400 Travis St #700, Shreveport, Louisiana 71101, United States
Website: https://shreveportlawyers.net/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88895600

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