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The firm was founded in 1905 by Fred Fee (1888-1939) and has continued over the years with his son, grandson and great-grandson as principals. Earlier firm names include Fee & Liddon; Fee, Parker & Sample; Fee, Parker & Neill; Fee, Bryan, Koblegard & Kenney; and Fee, Koblegard & DeRoss. The firm is presently an affiliation of Frank H. Fee, III, and Frank H. Fee, IV, with Joseph J. DeRoss, Jr., P.A. A balanced transactional and litigation practice is maintained by the firm within the Treasure Coast Region, constituting the 19th Judicial Circuit of Florida.
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