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Happy New Year from The Chiozza Law Firm

This year has been unprecedented in so many ways, and thankfully it is coming to an end. As 2020 draws to a close, we have hope for a better 2021. We want to thank the Memphis community and our past clients for their continued support during this grueling year. Our priority has been to represent anyone that needed legal assistance in a professional and timely manner, while also doing so safely.

More than ever, even with a COVID vaccine possible for all in 2021, we will remain committed to pursuing all types of legal matters for those in need. As a family-run law firm, we strive to take on your legal matters with the same vigor and seriousness we would when protecting a family member. Throughout 2020, we have touched on a few legal issues that we believe will remain relevant to 2021, such as:

The above legal topics are just a few that we have enjoyed sharing with you throughout 2020. It is with eager devotion and anticipation that we look forward to serving the Mid-South area in the future. No law firm can survive without kind and understanding clientele, and our clients have gone above and beyond in understanding that the COVID pandemic has affected everyone, even the legal system. We look forward to the courts getting back to a regular working schedule in the near future so that we can again be your legal voice both in and outside of the courtroom.

We have great optimism for 2021 and beyond, and look forward to providing clients with expert legal representation for a reasonable and manageable fee. We want to issue a heartfelt thank you for your continued support and wish you and your loved ones a safe, happy, and prosperous New Year.

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Posted by Brian Chiozza at 9:00 AM
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