Police organizations. Domestic violence organizations. Golf.
Criminal law, real estate law, business law, and family law account for the four major practice areas of Beavercreek, Ohio, attorney David McNamee. At McNamee Law Office, LLC, he represents people charged with traffic offenses, drug violations, alcohol crimes, misdemeanors, and felonies. The Beavercreek attorney’s real estate clients include landlords, tenants, renters, and sellers. These parties receive guidance from David McNamee in closing deals, preparing contracts or deeds, and resolving disputes. He also assists people in need of business services at the start of a new enterprise, its expansion, or its conclusion. Along with discussing the various possible formations for new companies, he will provide legal counsel throughout an entity’s existence and help with the business’ dissolution or sale. As a family law attorney with years of experience, David McNamee provides guidance to persons throughout Beavercreek and several Ohio counties. He accepts cases involving parental rights, paternity suits, divorce, child support, spousal support, and other important family law elements. As the proprietor of his own law firm, David McNamee understands the importance of customer satisfaction and treats every person he represents with dedication, compassion, and respect. From his Beavercreek establishment, he answers questions from clients and encourages honest dialogue regarding the matters in dispute. To assist Ohio residents further, David McNamee volunteers as an attorney for survivors of domestic violence and offers pro bono or discounted legal services to those in financial trouble. Additionally, he donates to anti-domestic violence organizations and police funds. Before opening his law firm, David McNamee spent several years working for Ohio attorneys in Dayton and Beavercreek. As a student at the University of Dayton School of Law, David McNamee graduated cum laude, having served on the Law Review and the Moot Court team. Prior to attending law school, he was a student at the University of Notre Dame, where he majored in Political Science and Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Studies.