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Top West Point Business Organizations Lawyers - Mississippi

  • As a full-service law office, The Nichols Firm, PLLC, offers customized legal solutions for people in Columbus, Mississippi. Clients from all walks of life find help with their legal issues in a variety of areas specifically including, but not limited to: Landline disputes, property access and real property law Real estate closings Foreclosures Divorce, custody and child support Wills, trusts,...

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  • In 1933, John B. Farese, a son of an Italian immigrant, left Boston, Massachusetts, and came to Holmes Junior College in Goodman, Mississippi, on a football scholarship. Five other "damn Yankees" came with John, and, after two weeks of the hot, August sun, all had left but him. He met a beautiful southern girl named Orene "Boots" Ellis from Mathiston. Farese won the acceptance of his teammates and...

  • Herring, Long & Crews, P.C. is a civil practice law firm with headquarters in the historic downtown business district of Canton, Mississippi. The original firm was founded in 1950 by Judge G.B. Herring, deceased, and has operated continuously since that time. Based in Madison County, near the geographic center of the state, our practice extends primarily from the Gulf Coast to the Tennessee...

  • A dedicated and hard-working family law and personal injury attorney, Garry M. Burgoyne focuses on advocating strongly for his clients in Northwest Mississippi and Southwest Tennessee. He strives to earn the trust and respect of each client. In order to do that, he focuses on understanding each client’s individual situation and goals. He analyzes what is possible within the bounds of the law...

  • Taylor, Wellons, Politz & Duhe, APLC was established in 1995. The first three named partners worked together as directors of a large, New Orleans based regional defense firm. Charles J. "Chip" Duhe and B. Scott Cowart joined the firm in 2000 after having practiced at one of the region's largest law firms. We decided to form our own firm because we shared the same vision for providing...

  • Pyle, Mills, Dye & Pittman, Attorneys at Law, is a law firm based in Ridgeland, Mississippi, and practices in the areas of municipal law, municipal annexation, zoning, incorporation, and land use, among others. Our firm originated as Pyle & Pyle in 1981, and since then has grown to include several attorneys and offer a wide variety of legal services. One focus of our law firm is...

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      When it comes to your business, experience matters. At Watt Firm, PLLC, in Flowood, Mississippi, we have more than 30 years’ experience in advising clients in areas such as litigation, contracts, construction, organization, employment, ethics and professional malpractice. Our law office also handles matters that include real estate, estate planning, personal injury, elder law and...

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    OVER A CENTURY OF SERVICE Since 1892, Dulaney Law Firm, L.L.P. has provided quality service in a variety of legal areas throughout Mississippi . Dulaney Law Firm, L.L.P. has forged many alliances across its long history, and will use all the tools at its disposal to earn the judgment you seek. Whether you face a jury trial, civil trial or administrative proceeding, our team will be...

  • Attorneys James R. Mozingo and Lydia M. Quarles are the partners behind the Jackson law firm of Mozingo | Quarles, PLLC. Together, they and the firm's three experienced associate attorneys offer individuals, business owners and company leaders from Mississippi, throughout the United States and overseas a wide range of legal services primarily in the areas of business and commercial law, which...

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