Find the Right Lawyer
Top Rated Attorneys in Mohave County AZ

Get quick responses from top rated attorneys.

Fast, Free and Confidential

Find a Mohave County, AZ Lawyer Near You

(may not be the same place you live)

Can't find a category? Click here

What type of lawyer are you looking for?

Choose your legal category to get started:
Family

Child Custody, Adoptions, Divorce, Child Support

Criminal

Drug Possession, Theft, Probation, Moving Violations

Employment

Wrongful Termination, Discrimination, Harassment

Real Estate

Property Disputes, Landlord, Eviction, Deeds

Personal Injury

Car Accident, Dangerous Property, Malpractice

Wills, Trusts & Estates

Probate, Power of Attorney, Living Trusts

Immigration

Visas, Green Cards, Work Permits, Citizenship, Deportation

Bankruptcy & Finances

Debt, Collections, Foreclosure, Tax, Wills

Business

Breach of Contract, Disputes, Agreements, Corps, LLCs, Partnerships

Intellectual Property

Patents, Trademarks, Trade Secrets, Copyright

Products & Services

Defective Products, Medical Malpractice, Warranties

Government

Social Security, Veterans Benefits, Discrimination, Schools

View More Categories Can't find a category? Click here

Learn More About Mohave County, AZ

Located in the northwestern corner of the state, Mohave County contains part of the Grand Canyon National Park. As well, Lake Havasu City is in Mohave County, which has earned a reputation as one of the premier spring break destinations for many college students.

If you have been injured in Mohave County, or have some other need for legal assistance, there are many Mohave County lawyers waiting to help you. These attorneys can represent you in many areas of law including personal injury, boating accidents, DUI, criminal defense, sexual harassment, divorce, alimony, and more.

Lake Havasu in Mohave County has been a hot spot for police activity come Memorial Day every year since the lake became a popular spot for party-goers on Spring Break. Each year, hundreds of individuals are cited for BUI, or Boating Under the Influence, on the lake which is a popular spot for parties. Mohave County officers routinely arrest boaters on the lake who have had too much to drink. The legal limit for boating is a .08 blood-alcohol level, and often the police find people with levels above .13. With the number of accidents attributed to alcohol consumption on the lake rising every year, the number of officers trained to go on the lake also increases. The message that they are giving is clear: if you drink and boat on the lake, you will be arrested.

Mohave County family Lawyers

Mohave County attorneys regularly argue cases in the Superior Court of Mohave County, which is likely the place that your lawsuit will end up. It would be beneficial to your cause to hire one of these local attorneys who is experienced with this court.

If you have been having a hard time finding the right Mohave County lawyer to represent you in court, you should try using the free online legal matching

service at LegalMatch.com. All you have to do is fill out a brief intake form where you will tell us some background information about your situation. Then qualified local attorneys who are interested in representing you will be in touch. Where you go from there is entirely up to you and LegalMatch will never pressure you into hiring any attorney that is matched to you.

For more information about the legal scene in Mohave County, please visit these external links:

Looking for a Lawyer in your Area?

(may not be the same place you live)

Can't find a category? Click here

Find Lawyers

Find the Right Lawyer Now! Choose Your Legal Category:
Other LegalMatch Resources