A General Practice Firm for All Your Legal Needs
A Standout Among Local Lawyers
Hopkins Law, The Law Offices of Aaron Hopkins is an established law firm that handles a wide range of cases, including family law, criminal defense (both felonies and misdemeanors), personal injury and civil litigation. When you are seeking information about local lawyers who serve central Illinois, make sure you read our reviews to find out about the exceptional service we provide to our clients.
Aaron M. Hopkins built Hopkins Law from the ground up. He has dedicated his practice to helping individuals overcome the adversities they face because of mistakes they’ve made, crimes they have been charged with or changes in relationships that have resulted in contentious divorces or child custody disputes.
‘Stay Calm and Let Us Handle It’
Aaron has a reputation among local lawyers for bringing both compassion and toughness to his work. Because he knows that interactions with the legal system can take an emotional as well as a punitive toll on clients, Aaron is dedicated to getting them a favorable resolution that will allow them to move forward with their lives. His motto is “Stay calm and let us handle it,” and he handles it through a combination of creativity, skill, knowledge and determination. The collaborative divorce model he offers, for instance, can save clients time and money and eliminate or reduce the bitterness that often accompanies divorce proceedings.
- Named one of the “10 Best Criminal Law Attorneys for Client Satisfaction” in 2017 by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys
- Rated 9.3 for Best Attorney for Client Satisfaction by AVVO, a legal database
- Better Business Bureau Accredited business
Contact Us for a Free Consultation
Whether you are fighting for the custody of your children, have been charged with a DUI, were injured by an unsafe product or want to file a civil lawsuit, call Hopkins Law at 618-932-3900 or fill out the online form to schedule an appointment. We look forward to providing you with skilled representation.