The attorneys at Schempf & Ware, PLLC represent both individuals and businesses in a variety of practice areas ranging from civil litigation to business services to personal injury to criminal matters to family law matters.  We also provide transactional services such as real estate closings, advice on compliance with laws and regulations, and sales of businesses.  We are a full service law firm, committed to offering our clients courteous, professional, and prompt service.

 

 

Whenever possible, we try to resolve disputes quickly and inexpensively or provide advice that will avoid litigation all together, but if that path fails, we will go to court to fight for you. As your attorneys, we will give you our best advice, but you make the decisions. 

 

 

The attorneys of Schempf & Ware practice in state courts throughout the Peninsula and Hampton Roads including Williamsburg, James City County, York County, Poquoson, Hampton, Newport News, and Gloucester in both circuit court and general district court.  We also practice in federal court, military courts-martial, administrative hearings, boards of zoning appeals, boards of supervisors, and school boards. 

 

 

At Schempf & Ware, your case is our cause.  Contact us today at

(757) 240-4000 and let our firm advocate for you. 

Contact Us

Schempf & Ware, PLLC

4000 George Washington Memorial Highway

Yorktown, VA 23692

 

757-240-4000
Areas of Practice 

 

 

Personal Injury and

Civil Litigation

 

Family Law​

Criminal and Traffic Law​

Real Estate Law

 

Business Services

 

Trust and Estate Litigation

Bankruptcy

 

Appellate Law

 

Military Law

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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