Canadian County Accident, Family Law and Criminal Law Attorneys
At The Handley Law Center, we understand that when our clients have legal issues, they don’t need more red tape; they need help. That’s why we strive to provide excellent legal services for reasonable fees. We represent clients throughout Canadian County, Oklahoma, and across the state in a wide variety of legal areas, including personal injury, family law, divorce, criminal law and oil and gas law. At our firm, we believe in taking care of you.
Primerus Means Premium Personal Service
Fletcher Handley is one of the charter members of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms. As a Primerus member, our firm is committed to the highest standards of integrity, civility and quality of work that we do. As a part of that commitment, we are also dedicated to providing the personal attention you need at an affordable price.
We strive to create an atmosphere that is professional but comfortable, where clients feel like they can talk to us as real people and not just as their lawyer. As the Primerus guidelines dictate, we strive to be good people who happen to be good lawyers.
Experienced Representation Through Advocacy and Military Service
Our senior attorney, Fletcher Handley, has advocated for people’s rights for more than 30 years. In 1999, the American Bar Association (ABA) asked him to testify on behalf of consumers before the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee against the No-Fault Auto Insurance bill — a bill that eventually did not pass. Today, he continues to be an active member of the ABA and put his knowledge, experience and passion for justice into advocating for his clients’ rights.
Both of our attorneys are also known for their previous military involvement. Fletcher Handley served in the Oklahoma Army National Guard, as a member of the Judge Advocate’s General (JAG) corps and as a Military Judge. He spent four years as an air crewman in Navy Patrol Squadron 11 during the Vietnam era. Ashton Handley, in the U.S. Navy as both a military linguist, and as a Quartermaster onboard the USS Boxer. In 2003 Ashton was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for his service in the Boxer’s Navigation department during an accelerated deployment in support of “Operation Iraqi Freedom.”
Everyone Needs a Good Lawyer
When you need legal advocacy combined with personal service, contact The Handley Law Center for a free consultation with one of our Canadian County accident & injury lawyers. Call us during normal business hours, at 405-295-1924, to schedule an appointment. The Handley Law Center maintains offices in Oklahoma City and El Reno, Oklahoma. We accept Visa and MasterCard payments.