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Arlington Business Notes: Oct. 3, 2012

Arlington, VA Attorneys

Tully Rinckey PLLC is a nationally recognized federal employment law firm, but it is now much more than that in Virginia. At its Arlington law office, the firm has launched three new practice areas outside of the federal sector sphere. The multi-state law firm has hired attorneys who will practice in family and matrimonial law, criminal defense and bankruptcy law, building on its standard menu of legal services in the areas of federal sector employment and labor law, military law and security clearance representation. In an effort to build a trusting relationship first, Tully Rinckey PLLC over the next month will offer free one-hour initial consultations to anyone with a family & matrimonial, criminal or bankruptcy matter. The Virginia office is at 1300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 320.

For more information, please contact Graig Cortelyou at 518-218-7100 or gcortelyou@tullylegal.com.

H. Eugene Oliver, a new attorney with Arlington Law Firms, debuts with a special offer. Tully Rinckey PLLC is pleased to announce the addition of H. Eugene Oliver, III, as its newest associate. Oliver will lead the criminal law practice area inside Tully Rinckey PLLC’s Arlington, Va. office. He will also assist on many family and matrimonial law cases. Oliver has defended Virginians accused of everything from serious felony and misdemeanor crimes to common and complicated traffic violations. Oliver will handle divorce, separation, spousal support, child custody, and child support cases. In an effort to build a trusting relationship with his clients Oliver is offering free consultations for all criminal law and family and matrimonial law cases.

 

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