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Any issue requiring a lawyer is an important matter that could impact your life for years to come. Your lawyer's experience, skill and commitment are all keys to the eventual outcome of your case. For this reason, it is important to select an attorney who is fully invested in your success. At Rogers, MacLeith & Stolp, LLP, we have successfully served clients in a wide range of legal matters for decades.
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There are many benefits to working with lawyers who can meet a broad spectrum of legal needs. At Rogers, MacLeith & Stolp, LLP, we represent clients in many different areas of the law, including estate planning, probate, family law, business law, real estate, collections, construction law and other areas. Much of our practice in recent years has involved creating estate plans, including wills and trusts, for families and individuals. Whatever your legal needs, you can rely on attorneys Thomas J. Stolp and Douglas Ransom MacLeith to provide exceptional legal representation and responsive client service.
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While we represent clients across Orange County and Southern California, our Fountain Valley law firm is in many ways a neighborhood law firm. Not only are we committed to our clients, we are committed to our community as well. We have served Fountain Valley and its surrounding areas for many years, and we hope to continue providing the highest caliber of legal representation many years to come. Call 714-594-7220 or contact us online to get started.
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Thomas J. Stolp has earned the BV Distinguished* rating from Martindale-Hubbell for more than five years.
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