Twomey & Ramsey PLLC
Twomey & Ramsey PLLC
Hamilton Gateway Building | 5 Market Square Suite 201 | Amesbury, MA 01913
Tel (978) 685-5383 | Fax (978) 685-1719
Gregory A. Ramsey, Esq. | firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda J. Twomey, Esq. | email@example.com
We pride ourselves on our personal hands-on approach with each client and every case. Twomey & Ramsey PLLC’s attorneys are equipped with the experience you need to achieve the results you want. At Twomey & Ramsey PLLC “Our Focus is Our Clients” because we are dedicated to providing legal advice and guidance to allow our clients to achieve their goals and resolve their disputes in a practical, cost-efficient manner. Our firm concentrates its practice in Construction Law & Litigation, Estate Planning & Administration, Commercial Litigation & Business Law and Corporate, Commercial and Retail Collections.
Unlike some firms who design their practices around one district or county, Twomey & Ramsey PLLC operates a multi-jurisdictional practice to better serve our client’s needs and their expanding enterprises. Twomey & Ramsey PLLC’s attorneys are licensed to practice in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Connecticut, in both State and Federal jurisdictions, and maintain relationships with a network of attorneys throughout New England and across the country to better serve our clients.
Our main office is conveniently located in beautiful downtown Amesbury, Massachusetts in the historic Hamilton Gateway Building, within minutes of Interstate 95 and 495. Our firm represents a wide array of clients from large publicly traded companies to local businesses and individuals. Contact us today to discuss the details of your case and how the attorneys at Twomey & Ramsey PLLC help you.
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