Griffin Law is a general law practice that includes civil and commercial litigation, small business advice, employment and business contracts, debt collection, employment issues, estate planning, wills, trusts, powers-of-attorney, estate administration, and residential & commercial real estate contracts for closings and landlord/tenant relations.
Other areas of our practice include personal injury and wrongful death actions, family law, such as (but not limited to) divorce (dissolution), child-support and child custody related issues, alimony, and orders of protection (restraining orders).
WHO WE ARE
Phillip S. Griffin, II, P.C., began practicing law in 1992 and started his own law firm in the historic Old Fort George building at 102 South Kent Street in Winchester in August 1998, practicing there continuously to date.
Clients include local health care providers, homeowner’s associations, small businesses, property owners, general contractors and subcontractors, from all over the country. Phil Grifin has appeared in more than 40 different state courts, the Court of Appeals, the Virginia Supreme Court, three Federal courts, and the 4th Circuit – covering several southern states.
TALK TO US
Our clients tell us it’s the chemistry—the way we listen closely to what they have to say. They’ll also tell you they appreciate the hard work we put into providing the best legal representation possible.
At Griffin Law, our attorneys keep a steady focus on providing quality representation to all of our clients, while maintaining a continuing relationship to better ascertain their future needs. We’re passionate about our legal products, our personal, caring service, and making our community better.
For Phil Griffin, it’s less about law, and more about people.
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