ASSOCIATE

LEIGH MOONEY

Specializing in Civil Litigation, Probate & Estate Planning, Contract Negotiation, & Landlord-Tenant Law.

PRACTICE

AREAS

CIVIL LITIGATION

 

ESTATE PLANNING

CONTRACT NEGOTIATION

LANDLORD-TENANT LAW

 

PROBATE LAW

 

BIOGRAPHY

For the last seven years, Leigh Mooney has been practicing law in the areas of civil litigation, contract negotiation, probate law, estate planning and landlord-tenant law. With a desire to pursue justice for all her clients, find the truth, and solve complex problems, Leigh works tirelessly for her clients. 

Leigh studied at Furman University & received her law degree from South Carolina School of Law.

 

Leigh is a member of the South Carolina, Alabama and Florida Bar and the Inn of Court Nassau County and is heavily involved in the community.

 

LEIGH'S 

LEGAL BRIEF

ESTATE PLANNING
 

Unfortunately, many people don't plan for what happens to their legacy after they die. It is vitally important that everyone creates a legal framework for his or her estate.

 

This framework leaves nothing to chance and ensures your family is provided with your final detailed instructions.

 

Please understand that each legal issue is unique and no one should rely solely on web-based information to make legal decisions.

 

I'm here to help you. Please reach out today so we can get started.

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