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Fallon, Myers & Marshall, LLP, located in Warrenton, Virginia, is engaged in the general practice of law with specific focus on the representation of clients in: Business, Commercial, Construction, and Development Law, Land Use, Real Estate disputes, Zoning matters, Wills, Trusts and Estates, and Civil Litigation in both Circuit and General District Courts. Fallon, Myers & Marshall, LLP...
Firm OverviewVirginia Law Firm: Founded in 1974 as Coates & Comess, the law firm now known as Coates & Davenport, P.C. has grown to meet the changing needs of our clientele. Today, our legal services have evolved to meet the personal and family needs of long-time small business clients. We offer such clients comprehensive representation, from forming a business to handling bankruptcy to...
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