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Sound and Practical Legal Advice — An Investment in the Future

Investing in legal advice is not just a solid business decision, it’s a good personal decision, as well.  Steve Combs and his team are knowledgeable and experienced in all aspects of business law and civil litigation.  And . . . we provide legal advice worth taking.  There are two types of litigators:  attorneys who are willing to take a case to trial; and attorneys who look to diffuse a disputed situation through creative negotiations.  We happen to be both.

At Combs Greene our lawyers handle a variety of business law and civil litigation matters for individuals and businesses.  The shareholders, associates and of counsel lawyers at Combs Greene have over 100 years of combined legal experience.  Providing creative, out-of-the box, yet practical approaches to solving legal problems is the hallmark of our firm.  At Combs Greene you will receive professional, creative, and aggressive representation, and you’ll get down-to-earth, common-sense advice, as well.

Contact us now to see how we can help.

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