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Best of Moffat County attorney makes Craig home

Sherman Romney has been offering a variety of legal services in Craig for the past 22 years.
Patrick Kelly

Sherman Romney moved to Craig 22 years ago as a fresh law school graduate.

But he didn’t just come to Craig to begin his career as an attorney, he brought with him a young family who has called Craig home ever since.

“I’ve raised my kids here in Craig, and my wife and I love living here,” Romney said.

Romney Law Office, 415 W. Victory Way, is a general-practice law firm.

“Street-level law firm, we help people with their basic legal needs,” Romney said.

The firm’s practice areas include criminal defense, elder law, probate, business transactions, bankruptcy, family law, estate planning and personal injury.

Two help cover such a wide range of litigation, Romney Law Office employees two additional attorneys.

“Hopefully, most things that come are way we can help between the three of us,” Romney said.

After 22 years, Romney said he and his wife have loved living in Craig.

“People pay attention to each other, we’re friendly with each other, we smile at each other, we wave at each other, and that’s something we really like about Craig,” he said.

In Craig, Romney found an ideal town to call home for his family as well as his legal career.

“My niche is being a small-town attorney,” he said

Reach Patrick Kelly at 970-875-1795 or Follow him on Twitter @M_PKelly.

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