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Greene Hamrick Perrey Quinlan & Schermer PA

Greene Hamrick Perrey Quinlan & Schermer PA

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Business Organization, Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Family Law, Litigation

James E. Johnson II practices primarily in the areas of Probate and Trust Administration and Estate Planning.  An Ohio native, Mr. Johnson graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor's... (more)

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Business Organization, Estate Planning, Real Estate

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Agribusiness, Business Organization, Commercial Banks, Commercial Leasing, Commercial Real Estate

John Quinlan practices primarily in banking, corporations, agricultural law and probate litigation. He received his bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Wake Forest University in 1978 and his... (more)

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Banking & Finance

Kathy W. Schermer practices in the area of real estate.  She is also experienced in areas of loan documentation, representation of lenders regarding construction projects, and condominium... (more)

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Corporate Tax, Gift Taxation, Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Living Wills

Michael M. Hamrick practices primarily in estate planning, probate and trust administration. He received his bachelor's degree in Accounting from Florida State University in 1976 and his... (more)

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Banking & Finance, Business Organization, Public Finance, Tax

Patrick G. Bryant is a Manatee County native who practices primarily in banking, corporate and tax law.  He received his bachelor's degree in Finance from the University of Florida... (more)

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Dispute Resolution, Corporate, Business Organization, Real Estate, State and Local

Philip E. Perrey has been a board certified real estate lawyer since 1988. He practices primarily in real estate law and mortgage law. He assists clients with residential and commercial... (more)

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Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy, Litigation

Robert C. Schermer has extensive experience with residential and commercial foreclosures, contract and deficiency litigation.  He represented FDIC and RTC in litigation, bankruptcy and... (more)

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Banking & Finance

Robert F. Greene practices in the areas of real estate, corporate, business acquisitions, land use law, and is responsible for the representation of various financial institutions.  He... (more)

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Professional Malpractice, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Products Liability, Insurance

Peggy G. Schurfranz, P.A.

Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Family Law, State Trial Practice, Litigation


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