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An experienced and aggressive lawyer can guide you through the process and make sure your legal rights are protected.
Legal problems can be emotionally and financially devastating, but they don't have to be. We represent people all across West Virginia and have handled hundreds of cases just like yours.
As a result, we have built a multitude of lasting relationships with our clients. We want you to be able to depend on us for the kind of swift, decisive legal advice that can make an enormous positive difference in your life.
We have offices conveniently located in Charleston (Kanawha County) and Hurricane (Putnam county) for your convenience.
We insist on explaining every available option, in resolving your problem.
Our significant verdicts in West Virginia courts confirm that claim.
Regardless of your specific, unique legal needs, your case is always a top priority with us.
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With offices conveniently located in Charleston and Hurricane, West Virginia
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The word “Custody” has become politically incorrect in West Virginia and has been replaced with “Shared Parenting”. In the past one parent had custody and all legal decision-making authority for a child. The other parent had visitation and minimal rights. Under the current scheme, both parents generally have shared decision-making authority and must agree on major decisions such[…]
The Law Offices of G. Wayne VanBibber & Associates is proud to announce the addition of yet another valuable Family Law Free Resource to our website. As always, we offer our Family Law Calculators for free. Our first Free Resource was an on-line Child Support Calculator: http://vanbibberlaw.com/child-support-calculator Paper forms available from the courts can be[…]
A website is like a business card. It’s one of those things you have to have, want everyone to see, and hope it isn’t easily tossed aside and forgotten after you’ve handed them out. The Law Offices of G. Wayne VanBibber & Associates, we’ve always tried to have a website that does more than tell[…]
I have spent the last 20 years helping people through one of the most painful experiences known to mankind. Divorce. During that time I have handled thousands of divorces and witnessed the pain and fear that everyone experiences during the process. As a person who has experienced the death of a loved one and a[…]
Responsible drivers, like yourself, carry sufficient auto insurance to protect themselves and others in the event of an accident. Sadly, even though West Virginia law has mandatory minimum coverage requirements, these minimums are insufficient to cover a serious accident. If you are seriously injured by someone carrying one of these $20,000.00 policies (or no insurance[…]
Although accidents can happen any time of year, winter weather presents increased risks of personal injury. Whether you were injured in an auto-accident on snowy roads or you fell on an icy parking lot or wet floor, there are things you can do to protect yourself from further harm or hardship. DOCUMENT THE FACTS OF[…]
The Law Offices of G. Wayne Van Bibber & Associates appreciate the trust you have granted us in 2015 in allowing us to protect you and your family. We hope you have a safe and happy New Year’s Eve as you spend time with friends and family reflecting on the many blessings in your life.[…]
How do divorcing parents handle the issue of Christmas and other holiday periods in custody disputes? What kind of schedules do West Virginia Family Courts order in Child Custody Cases? In a perfect world, every child would have the benefit of waking up to two loving parents every Christmas morning. The sad reality is that[…]
When dealing with the reality of Divorce, one of the questions that often keep people up at night is what will happen to my finances? Think of your financial life in 3 parts – Former, Current, and Future. The Former is the money you have saved or assets you have amassed. Current is income that you[…]
Divorced and separated parents frequently struggle with issues around communication with each other. Your child’s other parent is often the only other person who is interested in all the details of your child’s life. Though these communications were often handled casually when you were together, the interactions change after the relationship ends. Some parents complain[…]