• Criminal

    • What should I do if I've been charged with a crime?
      The first thing you should do is contact an experienced criminal defense attorney. It's important to have legal representation as soon as possible to ensure your rights are protected throughout the legal process.
    • Will I have to go to trial for any criminal charge?
      Not necessarily. While some cases do go to trial, many are resolved through plea bargains or alternative sentencing options. Your attorney can help guide you through the options available in your specific case.
    • How much will it cost to hire a criminal defense attorney?
      The cost of legal representation will vary depending on the complexity of the case, the attorney's experience, and other factors. At Rollo Law Offices, we offer a free initial consultation to prospective clients to discuss your case and provide an estimate of the costs involved.
    • Can a criminal record be expunged or sealed?
      In some cases, yes. Depending on the circumstances of your case and the laws in your state, you may be eligible to have your criminal record expunged or sealed. Your attorney can advise you on the options available in your situation.
    • What should I look for when choosing a criminal defense attorney?
      It's important to choose an attorney with experience in criminal defense and a track record of success. Look for someone who is responsive and communicative, and who will take the time to understand your specific needs and concerns.
  • Family

    • How is child custody determined in West Virginia?
      In West Virginia, child custody is determined by considering factors such as the child's best interests, the parents' wishes, and the child's relationship with each parent.
    • What are the legal requirements for getting a divorce in West Virginia?
      To get a divorce in West Virginia, at least one spouse must have been a resident of the state for at least one year prior to filing, and the grounds for divorce must be established.
    • How is child support calculated in West Virginia?
      Child support in West Virginia is calculated based on several factors, including each parent's income, the child's needs, and the amount of time each parent spends with the child.
    • What is the difference between legal and physical custody?
      Legal custody refers to a parent's right to make important decisions about a child's upbringing, such as education and medical care. Physical custody refers to where the child lives and spends the majority of their time.
    • How can I get started with Rollo Law Offices?
      Simply give us a call at (304) 486-3610 to schedule a consultation. We will be here to listen to your situation, answer any questions you may have, and provide guidance on next steps.