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Charleston General Practice Law Firm

Helping West Virginians through a multidisciplinary legal practice

The law firm of Caldwell & Riffee is an established legal practice in the Kanawha City area of Charleston, West Virginia. Our practice hinges on helping clients create a better situation for themselves. Our law firm's broad range of experience allows us to provide capable, confident and insightful legal representation in several areas of practice:

While the firm focuses on these areas, our attorneys can advise clients on most legal issues that arise, including civil litigation. We also handle municipal and zoning law issues, representing the City of St. Alden.

What sets Caldwell & Riffee apart

With nearly 10,000 lawyers permitted to practice in West Virginia, Caldwell & Riffee stand apart. Joseph Caldwell and Charles Riffee have more than 35 years of legal experience each and are committed to successfully resolving every case they take on. Our firm's exemplary reputation in the Charleston community results in referral of many clients to us by other attorneys, professionals including C.P.A.s, and past and existing clients

With two managing attorneys and two associates, clients always receive informed legal counsel and effective handling of their cases. We know the law, efficiently resolve every case we take on, and understand the importance of responsible, personal service for each of our clients.

Contact our law firm

Located in the southeast side of Charleston, four blocks from the 35th Street interstate bridge, Caldwell & Riffee provides free parking behind the building. Our office is also accessible by bus. Call the firm at 304-925-2100 or contact us online to schedule a free initial phone consultation and get on the path to legal resolution.

Serving Kanawha County, Roane County, Jackson County, Mason County, Putnam County, Lincoln County, Boone County, Raleigh County, Nicholas County & Fayette County, the law firm of Caldwell & Riffee is a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.