Tampa attorney expands law firm into comprehensive legal practice

The Reyes Firm, owned by attorney Edward Reyes, is expanding his legal practice to additional legal services for its clients.

Previously a personal injury firm, the Reyes Firm will now offer clients services in the areas of corporate counsel and business law. Subspecialties will include trust formation, articles of incorporation, contract disputes, negotiation and more, according to a statement.

“Expanding our law firm is an exciting first step for us,” said Reyes said, in the statement. “We have built a strong foundation of trust and reliability with our clients, and we look forward to continuing to provide them with the high-quality legal services they have come to expect from us.”

 

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