Experienced Neillsville Lawyer
Prior Law Office practices criminal defense and family law in Clark County WI and north central Wisconsin. The law firm is located in Neillsville, Wisconsin, and serves Clark County, Jackson County, Taylor County, and the surrounding area.
Criminal Defense and Family Law Attorney
Your future depends on the outcome of your criminal defense or family law case. It is critical that your attorney is dedicated to protecting your rights. At Prior Law Office, you are retaining an experienced Clark County WI criminal defense lawyer and family law attorney who will aggressively protect your rights, regardless of the challenges you face. If you are facing a drug possession charge, a drunk driving offense, a guardianship issue, or other criminal defense or family law matter, or if you have suffered an injury and deserve compensation, Attorney Matthew Prior is prepared to stand by your side and fight for your future.
No-nonsense Legal Representation
Attorney Matthew Prior prides himself on being available to assist his clients on their schedule and on providing a no-nonsense approach to legal representation. Whether you are charged in a criminal matter, or you are confronting a difficult family law issue, Attorney Prior will give you an honest assessment of your legal situation. He will guide you in the best option available to you. While negotiated settlements are usually in our client's best interests, when trials are necessary, he is skilled and experienced and will aggressively fight for your rights in court.
Call Attorney Prior in Clark County WI
Attorney Matthew Prior invites you to contact the Neillsville law office for an initial consultation to determine if we can provide legal assistance to you.
Prior Law office is conveniently located across the street from the Clark County WI Court House, so travel to and from court in Neillsville is minimal. Attorney Prior also appears routinely in Jackson County WI court in Black River Falls, and Taylor County court in Medford. When needed, he will travel to state courts in Wisconsin Rapids, Eau Claire, Whitehall, and Chippewa Falls.