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The Bainbridge Law Firm, L.L.C. - Phoenix, AZ

2122 E. Highland Avenue Suite 260 Phoenix, AZ 85016

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Updated: 03/03/2021

Phoenix Real Estate Litigation Law Firm

Overview

The Bainbridge Law Firm provides clients across the state with professional, reliable legal representation. The firm concentrates its practice on homeowners association, real estate, landlord/tenant and construction law. The firm also represents clients in a variety of business disputes.

The Bainbridge Law Firm strives to identify every client’s specific goals and tailor the representation to that client’s needs. The firm utilizes every possible resource to quickly and efficiently arrive at r ...

About The Bainbridge Law Firm, L.L.C.

Practice Areas

  • Real Estate Litigation 35%
  • Home Owners Association Law 35%
  • Business and Commercial Law 10%
  • Housing and Construction Defect 10%
  • Landlord-Tenant Law 10%

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Staff

  • Suzan Oxley, Paralegal/Office Manager

Fees

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

2122 E. Highland Avenue Suite 260 Phoenix, AZ 85016

Fax

  • 602-297-6595

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