Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon Opens New Pace Office

January 17, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon, a full service law firm in the Gulf Coast, announced the opening of a new location in Pace, a fast-growing city in the Florida panhandle. The Pace office will be the fourth office to open for the distinguished firm who already has offices in Pensacola, Sandestin and Perdido Key. The firm’s mission of exceeding client expectations will guide the new location, and clients can expect outstanding service and expertise in virtually all areas of law.

From real estate law to employment law, construction law to personal injury law, Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon offers everything an individual or business could need. The firm’s business practice areas include employment law, construction law, real estate law, tax law and more.

For individuals, the firm promises expert legal services in everything from social security disability law to family law, estate planning to criminal law. One of the firm’s major practice areas is personal injury law. The personal injury group is practiced in handling many types of injury cases including car accidents, trucking accidents, premises liability, slip and fall and more. The injury team of Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon is known for a high level of service to their clients, and ensuring clients are their top priority.

“Our law firm has always been dedicated to high standards. Our goal is to exceed our client’s expectations, one client at a time,” said Firm Administrator Mike Knowles. “We develop relationships with our clients that I believe other law firms do not,” added attorney Shane Rowe.

Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon has been serving the residents of the Pensacola and panhandle area for over 100 years. In all of the firm’s locations, knowledgeable, trusted lawyers are ready and able to help the area’s residents with all types of business and personal law practice areas. If legal help is needed, visit the firm’s website at www.esclaw.com or www.pensacolalawyer.com or phone 1-850-433-6581.


For more information about Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon, contact the company here:

Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon
Alicia Leidner
30 South Spring Street
Pensacola, FL 32502

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