The Owens Law Firm, P.C.

  • Established in 1959
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About this firm

The Owens Law Firm was founded by Geo. W. Owens in 1959 as a sole proprietorship. The firm became the partnership of Owens & Goodman. In 1976 the firm name was changed to Eagleton, Eagleton & Owens. The partnership was incorporated under the same name which in 1981 was changed to Owens & McGill, Inc. In August, 1990 the present name was adopted. The firm engages in a general practice emphasizing corporate, business, tax planning, oil & gas, probate, estate planning and guardianships, estate, trust and guardianship litigation, civil trial, health and elder law.

Areas of Practice (12)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • General Civil Trial Practice
  • Federal Practice
  • Probate
  • Corporate Law
  • Real Estate
  • Oil And Gas Law
  • Taxation
  • International Law
  • Business Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Elder Law
  • Guardianship

People (2)

Tax Planning Law, Corporate Law, Business Law, Oil and Gas Law, Civil Litigation

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Estate Planning Law, Probate Law, Elder Law, Business Law, Guardianship Law, Trusts and Estates Litigation, Guardianship ...

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