Please call James Hatfield for your tax related legal needs. James has a Masters in Tax Law and years of experience helping clients.
Being able to lead the team in getting Brookside Preserve PUD approved with a 5/0 vote is truly a special moment in attorney Doug Burnett’s career. Congratulations!
Ms. Mesa focuses her practice on litigation matters related to eviction actions and landlord-tenant disputes, bankruptcy, debt defense, foreclosure defense, homeowners’ association and condominium association (HOA) matters, including matters ranging from enforcement of covenants and restrictions to collection of assessments, commercial and residential real estate contracts, business and partnership disputes, partition of property, quiet title, […]
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Despite the challenges of the coronavirus, COVID-19, St. Johns Law Group’s attorneys and staff are here for you and our business is fully operational. Our office is open for limited appointments and all of our staff and attorneys are working tirelessly to ensure a continuity of service. We have implemented protocols to make sure our […]
Legal Issues for Entrepreneurs featuring St. Johns Law Group Attorney, James Hatfield. Mr. Hatfield earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law and a Master of Laws in Taxation degree from the University of Miami School of Law. The event will be held at the St. Johns Public Library […]
St. John’s County Sheriffs office matched our bid – Raising $10k on one live auction item.
Thank you Major General Douglas Burnett (Ret) for all your years of service to our country.
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St. Johns County Planning and Zoning Agency supports new development on C.R. 16A St. Augustine Record By Sheldon Gardner Posted Oct 18, 2019 at 7:28 PM Updated Oct 18, 2019 at 7:41 PM A proposed residential development in the western part of St. Johns County got support this week from the St. Johns County Planning and Zoning Agency. The planning board voted 5-2 to recommend […]