Associated Attorneys of New England
Criminal Defense | Serving Manchester, NH
For those working through a Criminal Defense issue in the Manchester, New Hampshire area, Associated Attorneys of New England can be your partner in law.
Available When You Need Us
Whether you are purchasing a home, or you’re facing legal challenges, you need an attorney who is willing to work with you from beginning to end. At the Manchester NH offices of Associated Attorneys of New England, you’ll find a group of dedicated attorneys with a wealth of experience dealing with a range of legal issues. Our professional and talented team believes in a client-focused, customer service oriented philosophy, and we feel this is what makes our firm stand out from the rest.
We work hard to earn your trust and to make sure you get the best possible advice for your case. While the final decision as to how to proceed will be entirely up to you, we’ll provide you the information you need to make the best decision possible.
Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
- Criminal Defense
- Real Estate Law
- Family Law
- Personal Injury
- Civil Litigation
- Foreclosure Defense
Call 603-622-8100 today to arrange your consultation.
Attorney Keith Mathews
Attorney Keith Mathews has been working hard for his clients for years. A Maine native, Attorney Mathews is licensed to practice in both Maine and New Hampshire and focuses his efforts on criminal defense, personal injury and foreclosure defense issues. He has also been admitted to United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire and the United States Supreme Court.
Attorney Mathews received his Juris Doctorate from Albany Law School where he participated in Moot Court boards during his third year. In addition, Attorney Mathews holds a double major Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Political Science with a minor in Philosophy.
Keith prides himself on his friendly and accessible approach to practicing law. He often makes himself available to clients early mornings, late nights, and weekends-sometimes in person, always by cell phone.