The Law Office of Charles Brown, PLLC, handles civil litigation and family law matters and provides affordable, high-quality representation for individuals, families, and businesses. When quality matters, contact The Law Office of Charles Brown.
Charles W. Brown Jr. is the managing attorney of The Law Office of Charles Brown, PLLC and handles civil litigation and family law matters. Mr. Brown is an accomplished trial attorney, having successfully litigated matters involving software development, copyright, intellectual property, construction defects, contract disputes, business dissolution and formation, tort claims, community property dissolution, custody disputes, grandparent visitation, and more. Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Brown served in the U.S. Air Force for eight years where he learned the values that guide his approach to the practice of law: handle each case with integrity, purpose, compassion, and drive.
Responsive, Quick, and Professional
"I worked with Charles on an easement for my property. He took the time to learn about my concerns, asked me questions about my goals and then helped me achieve those goals through the legal process. He was responsive, quick, and professional. His fee was reasonable as well. I highly recommend his law office.."
"Mr. Brown is very helpful and knowledgeable—he made me feel comfortable and at ease in preparing a prenuptial agreement. He explained everything and made sure I understood all of the details—excellent experience!! Finally felt like a lawyer was more concerned with my best interests than money!!"
Made the Process Easy
"Charles has been amazing and made this process so easy. He is extremely helpful and very friendly throughout this whole process. I couldn't have gotten as far as I did without him. Thank you Charles!"
15215 S. 48th Street, Ste. 130
Phoenix, Arizona 85044
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