Experience And Teamwork Make The Difference
When you need friendly, personalized legal service with a track record of success, look no further than Herring, Long & Crews, P.C. Our attorneys have practiced together for almost 30 years and have over 120 years of combined legal experience among them. Our long and stable record of excellent legal representation ensures that we are able to meet our clients’ needs and expectations in a broad range of legal services.
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Our primary legal focus is on these areas:
- Business law counsel: From formation to contracts and more, you can trust us to handle your business law needs.
- Personal injury cases: When another person’s negligence causes serious or fatal injuries, we can protect your right to compensation.
- Mississippi family law: Whether for divorce, custody, support orders or modifications, see how we can help.
- Wills, trusts and probate: Find out how an estate plan can protect you and your family. We also handle probate so you don’t have to.
In addition, Mr. Herring and Mr. Crews have established a legitimate and known specialty in legal matters involving public utilities. Mr. Herring is attorney for the Mississippi Rural Water Association, Inc., and numerous public utilities that bring him in contact with similar organizations nationwide. Mr. Long has established an extensive real estate and collections practice and has significant expertise in both fields. Both Mr. Long and Mr. Crews do a significant amount of work in the domestic relations field.
Serving Clients With Respect And Compassion
Herring, Long & Crews, P.C., is a civil practice law firm with headquarters in the historic downtown business district of Canton, Mississippi. The original firm was founded in 1950 by Judge G.B. Herring, deceased, and has operated continuously since that time.
Based in Madison County, near the geographic center of the state, our statewide practice extends from the Gulf Coast to the Tennessee state line. In addition, opportunities occasionally present themselves for handling or advising on legal concerns occurring outside Mississippi, particularly in the public utility field.