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Sal Sellaro Thorn Culpepper is a general practice law firm in West Virginia with more than a century of combined legal experience. We handle cases including personal injury, family law, divorce, criminal defense, bankruptcy, estate planning, and general business matters. The firm operates throughout North-Central West Virginia, including the areas in and around Morgantown, Fairmont, Clarksburg, Bridgeport, and Kingwood.


Our Attorneys have the experience to help with nearly any legal problem. You will benefit from the firm's extensive private-practice knowledge, judicial experience, and high standards of quality service. We strive to be assets to you and to your business, no matter what the situation. Chosing the right attorney is important. At our Morgantown law office, we listen to your concerns to help you find the answers to your individual problem. We will take the time to explore all of your options and alternatives, and will guide you in making the decisions that will secure your rights.

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Most of us look forward to the Spring season with all its promises of warmer weather and budding flowers and chirping birds. However, Spring season also means the coming of the dreaded tax season and the annual search for tax exemptions. Parties in a divorce proceeding need to pay particular attention to the tax consequences […]

Social media can be a valuable source of evidence in court cases. This is especially true in family law cases (divorce, child custody, child support, etc.) where many of the parties involved might still have access to view the profiles and posts of the other parties. Parties often feel as though their Facebook posts, tweets, […]

One situation which often lands people back in Family Court is the move or relocation of a parent. If you are the custodial parent, will you be able to take the children with you when you move and can the other parent legally challenge the move? If you are not the custodial parent, what does […]