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Phone: (502) 448-8485
Direccion: 4615 Dixie Hwy, Louisville, KY 40216, Louisville
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Denbow Thomas M Attorney At Law

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Thomas Denbow Attorney At Law, Louisville, KY
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When you have a legal issue and need an attorney, how do you make an educated choice?
Look at the length of time the attorney has been practicing
Thomas M. Denbow has 30 years of experience as a trial lawyer and has handled thousands of cases.
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Thomas M. Denbow has vast experience in the areas of family law, divorce, wills and estates, injury law, small business, real estate, alternative dispute resolution and criminal defense.
Find out if the attorney can represent you in the court your case is in
Thomas M. Denbow is admitted to practice in Kentucky District, Circuit, Court of Appeals and the Kentucky Supreme Court. He is also admitted to practice in U.S. Federal Court for the Western District of Kentucky. The educated choice is Thomas M. Denbow Law Offices, serving Louisville and the entire state of Kentucky.
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Thomas Denbow Attorney At Law4615 Dixie Highway, Suite DLouisville, KY 40216Phone: 502-448-8485 Cell: 502-396-4688Fax: 502-448-8789E-mail: tmd@tomdenbowlawoffice.comBusiness Hours:Monday&ndash;Friday 9 a.m.&ndash;6 p.m.Saturday by appointment
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