McLaughlin & Edmondson - Law Offices - Guntersville, AL

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McLaughlin & Edmondson, LLC was originally formed in 1995 as McLaughlin & Marshall, LLC and in 2001 Rodney Edmondson joined the firm giving it its current name. The firm offers a wide array of legal services including representing individuals injured in car wrecks and other personal injuries, as well as representing numerous locally-owned businesses and corporations. Additionally, the firm’s attorneys prepare wills and trusts, assist with adoptions, and probate estates across North Alabama. The firm's clients include a number of area businesses, families, and individuals who live in Marshall County. The firm also has the pleasure of serving as City Attorneys and Prosecutors for the City of Arab and Counsel for the Marshall County Personnel Board.

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