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DeLand Estate Planning Law Firm
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 Register of Preeminent Lawyers.
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About Landis Graham French, P.A.
Previous Law Firm Name
- Landis, Graham, French, Husfeld, Sherman & Ford, P.A.
- Estate Planning
- Banking & Finance
- Business & Commercial Law
- Constitutional (State and Federal)
- Construction Law
- Education Law
- Eminent Domain & Condemnation
- Estate Planning (Wills & Trusts)
- Government Relations & Lobbying
- Health & Health Care Law
- Land Use & Zoning
- Litigation & Appeals (State & Federal Trial Practice)
- Oil, Gas & Minerals
- Personal Injury & Wrongful Death -- Plaintiff
- Probate & Estate Administration
- Real Estate Law (Commercial & Residential)
- State & Municipal Bonds & Financing
- State, Local & Municipal Law
- Trade Association Law
- Attorneys Title Insurance Fund (approved attorneys)
- Mainstreet Community Bank of Florida
- The School Board of Volusia County
- Volusia County Industrial Development Authority
- Volusia County Educational Facilities Authority
- Florida United Methodist Children's Home
- Hugh Ash Manor
- Kaiser Pontiac-Buick-GMC-Truck, Inc.
- GuideOne Insurance
- Flagler Gun and Archery Club
- Volusia County Skeet and Trap Club
- Covenant United Methodist Church
- All American Air Conditioning
- RC Aluminum
Accepts Credit Cards
145 E. Rich AvenueSuite C DeLand, FL 32724
8:30 - 5:00
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