The Law Firm of
Marc Brandon Ayers, Esq.
Attorney & Counselor at Law
Welcome to the
Ayers Law Firm
Hiring an experienced, dedicated, and effective Attorney is one of the most important decisions anyone will ever have to make. Because the legal system can be a confusing world to navigate, it is imperative that you choose a Lawyer who has the knowledge and experience you will need to see you through all of your legal matters.
At Ayers Law, we see each and every one of our clients as the real-life people that they are. We believe there is more to you and your case than what is charged in black and white. We treat your life, your liberty, your family and your future as it were our very own. We treat every case as if it were our only case---Because in choosing Marc Brandon Ayers as your Attorney, we are choosing you as our most important client.
Why Ayers Law?
"Mr. Ayers fought for me harder than any lawyer EVER has before and because of that, I have my life to show for it. He's the best. Hands down." ---Alex Williams
"Brandon Ayers practices law differently than any other Attorney I've had before. He always spoke to me like a normal person, always returned my calls, and saw me through the darkest time of my life. I will never have another attorney." ---Pamela Hutchinson
"I was falsely charged with a crime I did not commit. I was looking at life in Prison. No other attorney would take my case. Mr. Ayers took on the Commonwealth's attorney and my accusers. We were prepared for a two-day jury trial. Two days before I went to court, Mr. Ayers called to let me know the case was being dismissed, just like that! I wouldn't recommend anyone above Mr. Ayers. THANK YOU!! ---Chris A.
"Mr. Ayers went above and beyond what I expected from any Attorney. He was affordable, and excellent in the courtroom. He wasn't afraid to fight tooth and nail for me, and I have full custody of all three of my children because of him." ---Michelle Turner
“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”
John Adams (1770)