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A Respected Virginia Law Firm Since 1988

Experienced lawyers delivering valuable legal solutions in Charlottesville

Skeen Law Offices is a well-established practice in Charlottesville, Virginia providing guidance and representation in tax law, wills and estates, business law, and nonprofit lawFounder James E. Skeen is joined by attorney Diane J. Stoeberl and they deliver superior responsiveness in meeting the legal needs of small businesses and individuals. We listen to your concerns and we make your interests our top priority.

Whether you are looking at tax issues in your estate planning, have a tax controversy case or are starting a business, Skeen Law Offices helps you achieve your goals. From start to finish, we make sure you understand your rights and are committed to protecting those rights as your trusted legal advisors.

Successfully serving clients in Charlottesville

Skeen Law Offices represents businesses and individuals in the city of Charlottesville, Albemarle County and throughout Virginia.

Skeen Law Offices has award-winning lawyers. We have earned the respect of clients and the legal community in Virginia.  Attorney James E. Skeen has achieved an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell® —a distinction signifying the highest quality legal work, professionalism and ethical standards. Mr. Skeen is also a certified public accountant (CPA) and has a thorough understanding of tax law. This experience combined with his business and litigation skills can bring successful results for clients facing tax issues.

Your trusted Virginia legal connection

For experienced legal representation, call Skeen Law Offices today at 877.752.0586 or contact us online to schedule your initial consultation.

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