Breeden & Breeden

Breeden & Breeden

Representing Clients in Civil Litigation including Family, Criminal, Personal Injury and Business Law Matters

Firm Overview

The office of Breeden & Breeden practices law in Irvington, Virginia and Lancaster Co.. Our entire staff is dedicated to helping clients with their legal matters regarding: Family Law Divorce Civil and Criminal Trials Please contact our Irvington law firm with questions about your legal issue. Provide as much information as possible regarding your inquiry. While this contact does not serve to establish an attorney/client relationship, it will allow our legal team to begin an assessment of your case.

Main Office

Main Office
P.O. Box 35

Irvington VA 22480

Phone

804-438-9595

Fax

Divorce

Practice Areas

Administrative Hearings Boating Accidents Business Law Civil and Criminal Trials Contracts Divorce Family Law Personal Injury Real Estate Transactions Wills and Trusts Wrongful Death

Barbara Breeden

Breeden & Breeden

Practice Areas: Civil Litigation; Personal Injury; Auto Accidents; Dog Bites; Head and Spinal Injuries; Motorcycle Accidents; Natural Disasters; Nursing Home Abuse; Railroad Accidents; Sexual Abuse; Slip and Fall; Trucking Accidents; Wrongful Death; Products Liability; Drug and Medical Devices; Real Estate Law

Admitted: 1979, Virginia, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit and Supreme Court of Virginia; 1980, U.S. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia; 1985, District of Columbia and U.S. Supreme Court

Law School: University of Virginia, J.D.

Lancaster County Election Judge, 1982-2003. Member, Lancaster County Election Board, 2003, Chairman, 2003.

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