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Damon C. Hopkins,
Attorney and Counselor at Law

504 State Street,
Suite 300
Erie, PA 16501-1190
Phone: 814-455-3100
Fax: 814-459-2257
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Knowledgeable Erie PA Trial Attorney

courtWhen you are facing a legal concern, it is reassuring to know that a reputable, experienced law firm is just around the corner. At the office of Damon C. Hopkins, we assist clients with a variety of legal concerns while providing a high level of personal service. We are committed to honesty, integrity and respect. Contact us to arrange your consultation.

Criminal Law

Criminal charges of any kind can bring about unwanted and unanticipated consequences, not only to you, but to those around you. When you have been accused of any misdemeanor or felony, including such matters as DUI/DWI or drug offenses it is important to have experienced criminal defense attorney you can rely on to protect your best interests.  It is also important that that criminal defense lawyer be familiar with the local court system.  Attorney Hopkins has not only defended people in Erie County, but he has also worked in the prosecutor's office so he knows how both sides approach the case.

Family Law

Going through a divorce is a lot like being on an emotional roller coaster. You have decisions to make regarding child custody, child/spousal support and property division.  These are decisions that will impact the rest of your life. Our law firm will offer you the support you need to get through this difficult time while ensuring you have the the best legal representation throughout your case.

Attorney Hopkins offers you the ability to handle your family law issues using the Collaborative Law model.  Using Collaborative Law allows your family to stay out of court. Both parties work together with their Collaborative attorneys and other professionals to resolve all their issues. Every family law issue can be handled using Collaborative Law, including child custody, child support, alimony, division of marital assets and debts.  This process allows you to control how fast or slow your case proceeds.  It often saves people time and money, compared to litigating your case in the court system.  Most importantly, Collaborative Law greatly reduces the emotional turmoil experienced by families during a divorce. Your children will be better served if you and your spouse choose Collaborative Law. Contact us today for more information on collaborative law.

Personal Injury

If you have been hurt in an accident, through no fault of your own, you are entitled to seek financial compensation from the at-fault party. Our experienced trial attorney will fight to see that you receive the best recovery possible to compensate for your pain and suffering, medical bills and lost wages.

Juvenile Law

In today's world, temptations exist that may entice young people into making poor choices. When a juvenile is charged with a crime, such as drug possession or underage drinking, his or her future may be at stake. An experienced juvenile law attorney can help to eliminate or lessen the impact these charges will have on his or her life.

Estate Planning and Administration

By carefully planning for the time of your passing, you can ensure your final wishes are carried out as you intended. When you establish a will, you essentially create your own law, governing how your estate will be administered. 

Contact an Erie Attorney Today

At our law firm, we understand that good people make bad choices. You will be treated with the respect you deserve in combination with the representation you need. Contact us by calling 814-455-3100 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

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Damon C. Hopkins, Attorney and Counselor at Law
504 State Street, Suite 300
Erie, PA 16501-1190
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Telephone: 814-455-3100 | Fax: 814-459-2257
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