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  • Hathaway Sprague Law, P.A., is a law firm with offices in Tallahassee, Florida. Our attorneys, Kathryn Hathaway and Wayne Sprague, have nearly 60 years of combined experience helping people across the Panhandle with straightforward and complex legal matters. A Different Kind Of Law Firm We understand that meeting with a lawyer can be an intimidating experience. Whether our new clients need general...

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    When your future is on the line, turn to Hedstrom and Harris in Palatka, Florida. We offer compassionate representation in family law, probate and estate planning matters, as well as comprehensive real estate law services. Our detail-oriented attorneys preserve relationships, protect assets, and help individuals and families move forward. Our law office is known for the following: • Being...

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    Experienced Family Law and Criminal Defense Lawyers Serving the St. Augustine, Florida, Area Whether you have been arrested for a crime or you are dealing with a family-related legal issue such as divorce or adoption - remember that early intervention often leads to the best results. At the Albaugh Law Firm, we represent people facing family law and criminal law matters throughout St. Johns...

  • Cauthen, Oldham, & Associates, P.A., has assisted clients throughout Florida since 1972. The firm is strongly dedicated to the community and to achievement of a favorable outcome for each client whenever possible. Attorney Cauthen carefully considers in every situation how best to bring about effective and economical resolution of a client's legal issues. Over the past 35 years, the firm has...

  • Landis Graham French, P.A., formed in 1902, is the oldest law firm in Volusia County and is one of the oldest law firms in continuous existence in the state of Florida.  We continue to build upon our solid reputation for excellence in serving both our clients and the community.  We provide a wide range of legal services on federal, state, and local levels. We are listed in the Bar...

  • The Law Firm of Paul, Elkind, Branz & Kelton provides representation to a diverse range of clients. The firm provides transactional, trial and consulting services in the areas of Real Estate, Municipal, Banking, Business and Commercial law. Paul & Elkind provides competent and aggressive representation of business, individual and municipal clients in litigated disputes in addition to...

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