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  • 1.Mdot

    309 S 10th Ave


    26.28 mi

  • 2.Mdot

    3688 Highway 49


    27.94 mi

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By: Elaina P.
Elizabeth Porter Attorney at Law
Elizabeth Porter is a lazy, liar, and thief. She cannot argue with emails saying she was going to do this and that yet did nothing. She did steal money! Yes that is what it is called when you did not earn it. It caused a major hardship. A single mother and domestic abuse survivor who had to hire another lawyer to protect a abused child, who Elizabeth failed badly with no remorse. By no means is this the fruit of a Christian. By no means is this caring and compassionate. By no means is this a child advocate.
By: Joshua K.
Elizabeth Porter Attorney at Law
Elizabeth Porter is the most honest lawyer I have ever met in my life and I would bet ever meet again. Ethical, loving, kind, knowledgeable, smart, available, and a great thinker. I'm glad we had her in our corner.
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By: Carol L.
Elizabeth Porter Attorney at Law
I can honestly say that Elizabeth Porter has the utmost ethical standards of any lawyer that I have dealt with. She took the time to explain the particulars of my case, was always available to take my calls and was professional and courteous. From the beginning to the end, Elizabeth Porter was there with a consistent commitment and focus on my case. She was very detail oriented and always prepared with a complete understanding of my case. She exceeded my expectations and possesses all of the assets necessary for success--honor, dignity, and sincerity!
By: Kristin K.
Elizabeth Porter Attorney at Law
I wish there was a rating for heart. It was so refreshing to find an attorney that was just as invested in the outcome of my case as I was. I've never met anyone so kind and thoughtless before. YES, I'm talking about my LAWYER! You have to meet her to believe me! Above and BEYOND! She also was thinking about things I had never thought about and always was invested in the best interest of my child. We are so blessed to have her in Hattiesburg.
By: Tammy S.
RE/MAX Town & Country
We had an amazing experience at Re/max Town & Country. Our realtor was able to answer any question we had. She was very professional and helpful.
By: Amy P.
Farris Christopher Atty At Law
Chris Farris is a very experienced and very knowledgable and aggressive (if need be) attorney. Although I ended up settling out of court, he was certainly ready with lots of ammunition to go to court.
By: Tina G.
RE/MAX Town & Country
Nedra was an exceptional realtor for us. She has never let me down and that's why I will continue to work with her again and again. We buy and sell homes often and have always and will continue to do it through Re/Max Town & Country because of the great service they provide.
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By: James N.
Richard & Thomas
i used them 3 times,this time i sold my house and owner finaced it and the woman who bought my house STOPPED paying me AFTER Mr Thomas told her she did not have to pay me,,that i was THE BANK,,that made me LOSE 4 notes ,,4 months of income of $3,400.00,,now it looks like i might get my house back without have to foreclose on the woman,,,if your going to be the BANK and owner fincenace the loan maybe you should get someone else to be your TRUSTEE on your note,,
By: Kelsey L.
RE/MAX Town & Country
Re/Max Town & Country has been our real estate agency for over half a decade now! When we moved back up north, we immediately called Nedra for her help. She is very professional and thorough.
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By: Christine C.
Elizabeth Porter Attorney at Law
To even have to have a criminal defense attorney is stressful enough but having Elizabeth Porter made the entire process much softer. She was honest, sincere, kind and above all very knowledgeable. Unfortunately in today's society some people are quickly judged but it was not so with her. She operates with kindness and compassion. Ms. Porter continued to be a support system for me at a time when she had absolutely no reason to. She is simply a good person who wants to help others. The circumstances in which I met her were not the greatest but it was a blessing in disguise. I respect her in many ways but above all the way SHE respects others- no matter what. I will forever be thankful to her & grateful for her.
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