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Top Rutland Estate Planning Lawyers - Vermont
Facing a serious legal matter can be at once frightening and debilitating. Sharing that problem with the right attorney can help you return to a place of peace and clarity so that you can move to deal with the problem effectively. In the best of all worlds, you may learn that what you perceived to be a serious problem is one that can be dealt with and resolved. There is no problem for which there...
The attorneys at Deppman Law PLC provide quality legal counsel and support to clients throughout Addison and surrounding counties in the following areas: Real estate transactions (commercial and residential), including title insurance Personal injury Commercial law and business formation General civil litigation Family law and divorce Estate planning, probate and trust litigation The attorneys at...
Founded in 1913, Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP, has grown to become one of the largest law firms in Western Massachusetts. Our success rests on our strong commitment to getting results for our clients — and the attentive service we provide. Quality Legal Solutions Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP, is a general law practice providing advice, services and representation in a wide range of...
Kirkpatrick & Goldsborough, PLLC, is a full-service law firm in South Burlington, Vermont. With a team of five attorneys, including partners Mary Kirkpatrick and Richard Goldsborough, our firm provides clients in Burlington and surrounding areas with professional, high-caliber legal counsel in the following areas: Personal injury Criminal defense Divorce and family law Estate planning Business...
Montroll, Backus & Oettinger, P.C. - Burlington, Vermont, Family Law, Criminal Defense And Business Law Attorneys Located in Burlington, Montroll, Backus & Oettinger, P.C., is a general practice law firm providing a broad range of transactional and litigation services for clients throughout Chittenden County and the surrounding counties in northwestern Vermont. Backed by...
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