- Civil Litigation
- Business Law
- Real Estate
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Commercial Law
- Estate Planning
- Eminent Domain
Representing large and small entities, publicly and privately held and individuals.
Martin & Squires, P.A. was founded originally to serve closely held businesses, business owners and individuals. Today we represent large and small entities, publicly and privately held, as well as individuals. The firm brings experienced attorneys into a collegial and entrepreneurial environment that encourages the sharing of ideas and experiences. To our many loyal clients, the result is outstanding service, sound advice and creative problem solving.
'Creativity' is a word that defines Martin & Squires, P.A. and its services well. To be truly creative in the legal business you have to have been at it for a while. With a combined 140 years of experience the firm's attorneys are able to draw on wisdom from countless situations and successes to create unique, practical and well planned solutions for our clients.
At Martin & Squires P.A., partners and staff members are selected with great care and in accordance with the firm's three missions:
Dedication to the client.
Dedication to the quality of the work.
Dedication to others.
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