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"Gillespie & Murphy is the best law firm! Everyone there takes time to help and answer all your questions, they truly care about you and make sure that your comfortable and treat you like family. Tammy is wonderful! She is so sweet and kind and helps you in any way she can. If you need lawyers, choose Gillespie & Murphy, it's the best decision you will make!"

  8 months ago     Melissa Thacker


"Everyone at this firm is a blessing! Tammy, Michelle, and Lindsay have helped take care of every need, and when I had questions Tammy was especially very quick to respond. Thank you for everything!"

  8 months ago     Kristal Tingen


"The attorneys and staff here are kind, courteous and knowledgeable. Carol Jones is so helpful, efficient and organized, truly a blessing to me. I am grateful to have worked a team that goes out of their way to make you feel like you are part of their family. If you are in need of legal services, I highly recommend that you consider this firm, you will not be disappointed."

  10 months ago     Lisa Kelley


"Brandi is the most caring, friendly, wonderful person. She takes time to help you with anything you need. She encourages you with sincere words and she has a way of making everything better. Your treated like family, not a client."

  9 months ago     The Namless Music


"All the staff was professional and helpful. Made sure I understood ed very part of the bankruptcy process. Quick to respond to questions even after case was discharged."

  10 months ago     Crystal Mason


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320 Middle Street
New Bern, NC 28563
35.1084,-77.0446

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