A regional law firm that has lawyers with ties to Woodstock has opened in town.

Clark & Bradshaw, based in Harrisonburg and founded in 1988, held a ribbon-cutting for their new office at 122 N. Main St., Woodstock, on Friday.

“We’re excited,” said Brad Moyers, lead attorney for the office branch, which has been open since January.

The firm will focus on providing civil matter services, such as elder law, Moyers said, adding that the firm is also looking forward to being part of the revitalization of downtown Woodstock.

“I got my haircut across the street,” said Moyers, who grew up in town and graduated from Central High School in 1988. His dad was Bill Moyers, who served 25 years as either mayor or a councilman for the town.

Connecting the office to the town more, Moyers’ partner Todd Rhea, also attended Central High School.  Katherine Mann, another attorney with the firm, was a teacher at Central High School, and office manager Amy Proctor lives in Shenandoah County.

The firm is open Monday through Friday and can be reached at 540-459-1800.