George and Davis, P.C., founded by Robert E. George in 1973, has established a reputation for not only providing personal service and quality representation, but also getting results.
You can rely on our lawyers when it matters. We have deep roots in the Sturbridge area — we work here, we were raised here, and we are committed to helping the people and businesses of this part of Massachusetts solve their legal problems and thrive.
Your Problems Become Our Problems
First and foremost, we listen to our clients. While the law is firm, our clients are unique, with needs and goals that factor into the outcomes we pursue on their behalf.
A divorce, a bankruptcy, a business dispute, an estate planning challenge, a new home or the launch of a new business: These are the life events that bring our clients to our offices. We are committed to protecting your rights and your interests when the law has a voice in your affairs.
Our Attorneys Are Litigation-Ready
Our attorneys bring a wealth of practical experience and meticulous attention to detail to the execution and resolution of our clients' legal matters. In all cases, we prepare for the possibility of litigation should it become necessary. We have a wide range of experience at the trial and appellate levels in both state and federal courts. We have represented both plaintiffs and defendants successfully in business and personal matters.We are always mindful of the potential costs of litigation and pride ourselves on providing excellent services at affordable prices and achieving cost-effective results. From Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to estate planning, from divorce and child custody to business and real estate law, we are experienced in a broad range of legal matters.
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