Having A Legal Partner You Can Trust

Having A Legal Partner You Can Trust

Having A Legal Partner You Can Trust

 

One of the things I have always loved about our magazines here at Murray Media Group is how quickly so many local business owners come together and get to know one another. In this day and age, having those relationships is a valuable thing. Think about it: who looks in a phone book anymore to find a new plumber, lawn care specialist, financial services rep, or even a babysitter? I can tell you the answer. It’s no one. We all rely on a combination of word of mouth, referrals, in-person networking, and social media to build relationships with people we know, like, and trust to take care of us – no matter what that product or service may be.

This month is our legal issue, and the topic of this blog post is perfect for our lawyer friends out there. It is so refreshing to know that no matter what need we have in the legal world – divorce, adoption, business legal concerns, etc. – that there is someone close by who can handle those concerns for us in a caring, trusting, and compassionate way. I am sure I will leave someone out, so please forgive me in advance, but some of the lawyers and attorneys who immediately spring to mind are firms such as KoonsFuller, Christman Attorneys, Hayes, Berry, White & Van Zandt, Nelson Law Group, and The Wright Firm.

Just these five firms alone cover the entire Denton County area, and there are plenty more where that came from. We hope you learn something from this month’s legal issue, and if you have a legal concern, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’d be happy to refer any of our friends to these great law firms.

 


Sincerely,

Kelly Murray
Publisher of Murray Media Group
kelly@murray-media.com


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