211 South Central Avenue, Suite 200
Clayton, MO 63105
The offices of Dearing & Hartzog, L.C. are located in Clayton, Missouri, which is the location of the St. Louis County Government Center and Courts. Dearing & Hartzog, L.C. was established in 1968 by James E. Dearing, Jr. (1928-2001) and Robert L. Hartzog. Its principals, both current and former, have all been "AV" rated by their peers and have taken great pride in delivering high quality, cost effective legal services.
Dearing & Hartzog, L.C. is a general civil practice law firm, dedicated to helping clients with a variety of legal issues including, but not limited to:
Business Law including Business Formation
Buying and Selling of Small Businesses
Probate and Trust Law
Commercial and Residential Real Estate
The professional staff of Dearing & Hartzog, L.C. is currently comprised of two principals, as well as two attorneys who serve in an of counsel capacity. The principals are Theodore D. Dearing and Deborah Carter Dearing. Robert L. Hartzog and Peter J. Merideth are of counsel. Mary Boehm and Chris Robertson are the firm's administrative assistants.
In 2009, Dearing & Hartzog, L.C. was named one of the Best law firms in St. Louis by the St. Louis Small Business Monthly. In addition, the firm and each of its principals hold the highest rating for law firms, "AV" from Martindale Hubbell.
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