Representing our clients whenever our help is needed
In Riley & Stingley, P.C.’s 94-year presence in Fulton, Missouri, the firm has expanded its practice to accommodate most people, families, businesses and governmental entities in need of effective legal service. This expansion includes the practice of various general areas of law, including criminal defense for Callaway County locals, nearby college students and motorists passing through, and niche areas such as municipal and banking law.
Every client can rest assured that he, she or it is backed by proven legal service and litigation skill, in the event the client’s case involves the courtroom or trial. No matter the course of their legal issues, clients can expect responsive, high-quality legal services from Riley & Stingley, P.C. in any of the following areas:
Representing clients to the fullest extent of the law
The firm’s lawyers take pride in their work and look forward to creating a lasting relationship with each client. Riley & Stingley, P.C. has been fortunate enough to work with some of the biggest corporations and governmental entities in the area. Click here to view some of the law firm’s illustrious clientele.
A criminal conviction jeopardizes your freedom and your future – the more serious the offense, the more likely a conviction will limit your ability to find a job. An experienced Missouri criminal defense attorney can help you to reach the best possible resolution for your circumstances. Riley & Stingley, P.C. lawyers in Fulton represent those accused of the full range of traffic, misdemeanor and felony criminal offenses:
The firm begins each case with an initial consultation, during which a skilled defense lawyer listens to your situation to determine possible strategies to resolve your case. Riley & Stingley, P.C. works to negotiate agreements with prosecutors, litigate motions to suppress evidence, and conduct trials before judges and juries in Callaway, Boone, Montgomery and Audrain counties.
Contact the Fulton law firm of Riley & Stingley, P.C. today to begin your thorough, vigorous criminal defense with experienced attorneys.
Riley & Stingley, P.C. understands the importance of proper legal advice and documentation to run your business efficiently, legally and profitably. The firm assists entrepreneurs, start-ups, small and mid-sized businesses, and large corporations in all areas of business formation, corporate governance, business sale transactions, shareholder disputes, mergers and acquisitions, and liability protection, including:
Riley & Stingley, P.C. is committed to helping your business get started and operate smoothly and profitably.
The law firm of Riley & Stingley, P.C. represents plaintiffs in serious and catastrophic personal injury cases throughout Callaway County. Personal injuries are those which result from another party’s negligence or wrongful action. These injuries can occur in a variety of circumstances, including:
Riley & Stingley, P.C. handles personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning the attorneys may not collect legal fees until they achieve a verdict or settlement award in your favor. Contact the firm today to schedule your free initial consultation.
Certified mediator and former judge Joe Holt is prepared to resolve a range of civil law cases effectively, conclusively and amicably. His experience on the bench has cultivated a strong ability to remain neutral, hear all sides of a legal issue, and guide parties to fair and reasonable compromises.
Trust experience. Trust results. Trust Riley & Stingley, P.C.
Located in historic downtown Fulton, the law firm of Riley & Stingley, P.C. is across the street from the Callaway County Courthouse. The firm provides legal counsel to individuals, families, companies and governmental entities in the following areas:
Call the firm at 877.487.3060 or contact Riley & Stingley, P.C. online for experienced legal representation.
News & Publications
- Litigating Breach of Contract Claims (Missouri Bar: Contracts, Chapter 7)
- Intergovernmental Cooperation and Conflict (Missouri Bar Deskbook, Chapter 12)
- Victory at Missouri Supreme Court (Fulton Sun)
- New Drafting Issues for Revocable Trust (Journal of Missouri Bar)
- Drafting Contracts in Light of Litigation Risks (Missouri Lawyer’s Weekly)
- Partition Lawsuits (Missouri Bar: Real Estate, Chapter 13)
- History of Callaway County Seat (Fulton Sun)