Meet Our Attorneys
Trusted Advisors and Advocates
Legal experience, knowledge and skill are important qualities to look for when you need legal services. Choosing someone you can talk honestly and openly with about deeply personal issues, and knowing that person will listen and understand, is perhaps just as important.
At The Piatchek Law Firm, LLC, we are proud to offer a wide range of attentive and effective legal services in the Springfield area, as well as throughout the entire state of Missouri. We are just as proud to have earned the trust of our clients and we look forward to having the opportunity to earn yours as well. That trust starts with an accessible, understanding attorney — long-time residents who understand both the Southwest Missouri community, and the special concerns of families and businesses located in the Ozarks.
We are proud to currently have Four (4) Attorneys at our firm, all of whom are long time residents of the Southwest Missouri Area.
Kara L. Breshears, Senior Associate Attorney.
Jonathan D. Cope, Attorney of Counsel.
Joseph J. Piatchek, Managing Attorney.
Scott G. Taylor, Attorney of Counsel.
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The Piatchek Law Firm, LLC, serves Springfield and southwest Missouri, including Greene County, Christian County, Taney County, Stone County, Marshfield, Buffalo, Fordland, Bolivar, Republic, Rogersville, Fremont Hills, Strafford, Willard, Battlefield, Highlandville, Nixa, Ozark, Brookline, Billings, Clever and Mt. Vernon, MO.
* The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements. Neither the Supreme Court of Missouri nor The Missouri Bar reviews or approves certifying organizations or specialist designations. Certain cases may be referred, or may involve outside co-counsel arrangements, in which event you would be notified.