Maryland Personal Injury Attorneys for Bankruptcy & Criminal Defense Attorneys of LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton Launch Redesigned Website to Further Assist Clients

The law firm of LeViness, Tolzman &Hamilton in Baltimore, MD recently launched a redesigned website to make it easier than ever to connect with an experienced bankruptcy or criminal defense attorney and get answers to basic legal questions.

Located in Baltimore, MD, the law firm of LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton announces the launch of a redesigned website that provides a valuable online legal resource to current and potential clients.

The site offers helpful information to individuals facing criminal charges, as well as to those looking to relieve themselves of debt. The site also contains basic details regarding Maryland bankruptcy and criminal defense laws.

“Our site offers immediate help to people facing difficult times,” said attorney Maximillian Van Orden. “Whether they need defense against a criminal charge or help navigating the bankruptcy process, we hope our clients can find the answers they need.”

Website visitors can learn how the experienced attorneys at LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton will assist them with their legal issues. The firm has developed a reputation for maintaining high ethical standards while aggressively representing clients throughout Baltimore in criminal defense and bankruptcy matters.

About LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton

Marion Moses offers legal counsel primarily in the following areas:

  • Chapter 7 bankruptcy
  • Chapter 13 bankruptcy
  • DUI
  • Sex crimes
  • Drug crimes

The website explains in greater detail each practice area offered by the firm and includes biographical information about each of the lawyers. Located in Baltimore and serving clients throughout Maryland, LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton, P.A. are dedicated to defending clients against criminal charges or helping them overcome debt. Contact an experienced Maryland personal injury attorney at our firm today for legal representation in your criminal charges case.