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Farrell, Hamilton & Julian, P.C. - Godfrey, IL

1305 D'Adrian Professional Park Godfrey, IL 62035- 1686

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Updated: 03/27/2021

Godfrey Business Law Firm


Farrell, Hunter, Hamilton & Julian, P.C. is a general practice law firm that represents business and individual clients in a broad spectrum of legal areas. In 1965, John A. Farrell established the law practice in Alton, Illinois. The present firm is a continuation and expansion of that practice over the last several years. Our attorneys are licensed to practice in the state and federal courts of both Illinois and Missouri...

About Farrell, Hamilton & Julian, P.C.

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Farrell & Long, P.C., January 1, 1992

Practice Areas

  • Business


  • 40%

Published Works

  • Chapter, Income Taxation of Estates, Illinois Continuing Legal Education Program, 1976
  • Estate Planning Illustration, C1976, Illustrating Various Aspects of Estate Planning

Representative Clients

  • Bank of Alton
  • Norman Brothers, Inc.
  • Werts Welding & Tank Service, Inc.
  • Argosy Gaming Co.


  • Paul Utterback, Bank of Alton
  • Charles Norman III, Norman Brothers
  • Jack Helm Kamp, Illinois State Bank
  • Dwight Werts, Werts Welding & Tank Service, Inc.



Office Information


1305 D'Adrian Professional Park Godfrey, IL 62035- 1686


  • 618-466-9105

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