Top Aberdeen Constitutional Lawyers - Mississippi

  • 800 Woodlands Parkway,Suite 200 Ridgeland MS 39157 32.400257 -90.11242

    At the law firm of Purdie and Metz in Ridgeland, Mississippi, we offer a full range of legal services in several different practice areas in order to help individuals, families, employees and business owners with most of their important and sensitive legal issues. Serving Madison, Rankin and Hinds counties and the surrounding areas, the attorneys at our law firm provide professional, effective...

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