About Our Firm
At Dugan, McKissick and Longmore, L.L.C. we pride ourselves in providing a wide array of legal services in a personal setting. Southern Maryland is our home, and we want our clients to know that they can obtain the best legal services right here with us in Southern Maryland.
Our firm was founded in Lexington Park, Maryland in 1994 by Bryan T. Dugan and Bill D. McKissick, Jr. The firm has since grown to be one of the largest law firms in St. Mary's County comprised of six attorneys and a support staff of approximately 12 paralegals, real estate processors and administrative personnel. The firm provides experienced and professional legal counsel to Southern Maryland businesses and residents in the areas of: business formation; residential and commercial real estate settlements and contracts; land use and zoning; government contracting; estate planning and administration; debt collection; family law; personal injury; criminal law; and general civil litigation matters.
Even while serving our clients, the members of the firm care about our community. We provide pro bono legal services to, or are otherwise active in a variety of community activities, such as St. Mary's County Chamber of Commerce, Hospice of St. Mary's County, Christmas in April, Greenwell Foundation at Greenwell State Park, Sotterley Mansion Foundation, Patuxent River Council of the Navy League, Patuxent Naval Air Museum, Chesapeake Public Charter School, Maryland Leadership Workshop, St. Mary's County Workforce Housing Task Force, St. Mary's County TDR Task Force and St. Mary's County Adequate Public Facilities Task Force, Teen Court Program, Family Advocacy Center, and variety of churches, volunteer rescue squads, and other not for profit organizations.
Our quality of service is known here in St. Mary’s and the Southern Maryland area. Let our office take care of your legal needs.
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