Welcome to K.D. Ward Law Firm
As a full-service law firm, serving all Jefferson County, Tuscaloosa County, and Shelby County in Alabama, our attorney (s) are knowledgeable in many areas of law. Your case is important to our firm. Circumstances and facts of each case are different; however, our goals remain the same, which is to find a solution to your problems while SERVING YOU WITH INTEGRITY WHILE DEMANDING JUSTICE.
The K. D. Ward Law Firm was founded by Attorney Kendra D. Ward in 2019. She started this law Firm to provided affordable and reasonable top-notch law services for the citizens of Alabama.
It is our mission is to build on relationships and humanity, not a mere financial outcome. We will discharge our duties as attorney(s) at law to the best of our knowledge and ability.
The K.D. Ward Law Firm is a full-service law firm that serves our clients with empathy, passion, and resilience in areas of Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Employment Law and Family Law.
Our Practice Areas
At K.D. Ward Law Firm LLC, we want to serve our clients with empathy, passion, and resilience. We will fight for the rights of those who have been placed in vulnerable positions, situations, and are in need our legal support.
Our injury attorney(s) are willing to fight for our client’s best interest in order to protect the people who have been hurt due to acts of carelessness, recklessness and negligence.
When being accused of a crime, you face the possibility of severe consequences and charges that may follow you for life. We are dedicated to working hard for you.
We want to provide our clients with top-notch legal services for divorce, child custody, child support and property division (for marital estates large and small).
Were you accused of a crime, facing divorce or involved in a car accident?
Were you hurt due to no fault of your own, slip and fall, or hurt on the job ?
The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute an attorney-client relationship.
Alabama State Bar, Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 7.2 (e), requires the following language in all attorney communications: No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.