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A native of Port Charlotte, Holmes holds his Juris Doctorate degree, with honors, from Stetson University College of Law in 1993 and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Florida. Holmes practices law in the areas of asset protection, civil litigation, commercial and construction disputes, corporate and business law and real estate. He is certified as a circuit court mediator by the Florida Supreme Court.
Williamson received his Juris Doctor degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Miami School of Law and his Bachelor of Music, cum laude, in Music Business and Entertainment Industries from the University of Miami. Williamson is developing his practice in the areas of general civil, commercial and complex litigation as well as mass tort litigation.
Attorney David A. Holmes: http://www.farr.com/
Attorney George T. Williamson: http://www.farr.com/
About Farr Law Firm
For almost 90 years the Farr Law Firm has served Southwest Florida and is the oldest and largest law firm in Charlotte County. This multi-practice law firm is prepared to tackle complex legal problems while remaining rooted in small town values and addresses needs and challenges both individuals and businesses confront. The practice areas include civil, commercial and complex litigation, personal injury & wrongful death, marital & family law, trusts & estates, corporate & business law, real estate & title insurance, elder law, guardianship and asset protection.