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  • 1.Morrissey & Associates

    Serving the Wasilla, AK area

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    Robert is very responsive and professional. He came out to my corporate photo/video shoot with an entire crew and had all the equipment set up in advance and accessories on hand so we didn't waste an

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05/27/2016
By: Lauren P.
Law Office of Gregory S. Parvin
I like how well explained everything was to me by Gregory Parvin. I asked a lot of questions and he was patient and answered everything completely.
02/18/2016
By: Collin R.
Law Office of Gregory S. Parvin
I highly recommend Law Office of Gregory S. Parvin. They did great work for me and I have nothing but excellent things to say about my experience with them.
11/23/2015
By: Nathan V.
Law Office of Gregory S. Parvin
I have been a client of Law Office of Gregory S. Parvin more than one, and I highly recommend the staff and services they offer.
09/25/2015
By: Diane B.
Law Office of Gregory S. Parvin
I was very satisfied working with Law Office of Gregory S. Parvin. They made sure that I was always updated and informed about the status of my case. I highly recommend the staff and team at Law Office of Gregory S. Parvin.
08/27/2015
By: Helen P.
Law Office of Gregory S. Parvin
The staff were very diligent to my case and really showed me that they cared. I highly recommend them.
07/02/2015
By: Patrick T.
Law Office of Gregory S. Parvin
I was the kind of client that called constantly and The staff and Gregory Parvin did a great job returning calls and responding. I highly recommend them.
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Yes. Tax attorneys can help clients with back taxes.

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