Customized Solutions To Your Legal Problems

At the Karcher Law Firm, attorneys Charles A. Karcher, Greig E. MacIntyre and Gina-Marie Izzo leverage more than 40 years of combined experience to address the concerns of clients in the Red Bank, New Jersey, area.

Leveraging a wide breadth of legal knowledge and extensive business experience, we are confident in addressing a range of legal concerns, including estate planning and probate issues, estate litigation, real estate transactions, family and divorce law, municipal court, criminal matters, securities arbitration, civil litigation and consumer fraud.

Call 732-852-7019 for a free consultation about your specific situation. Based in Red Bank, we serve clients in Monmouth County and the Jersey Shore.

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How Our Experience Can Benefit You

Our lawyers are tenacious when it comes to providing the best possible solutions to your legal problems. We will explore any avenue and investigate all possible scenarios to help you reach the best resolution possible in your unique situation, all in an effort to help you find the closure you need to move forward with your life free of legal worry.

More than just legal advisers, we view ourselves as your advocates and friends. With this philosophy in mind, we take care to offer the informative guidance you need to find peace of mind during your proceedings and to understand the situation before you and your options for addressing it.

Whether you require estate planning or real estate transaction advice or negotiation guidance, we strive to help you find the most efficient and effective resolution possible.

Get The Help You Need

Our lawyers pride themselves on offering insightful and informative legal guidance to every client they represent guidance that includes effective problem-solving strategies for even the most complex and confusing legal situations.

To schedule a free consultation with a skilled attorney, call our office, or complete the brief online form.