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Our attorneys, paralegals, and staff all volunteer their time and abundant effort to organizations such as the Volunteer Lawyers Network, the Children’s Law Center, and Wills for Heroes. We are members of non-profit boards, and readily involved in bar associations across the United States.

Through passionate legal support, we are dedicated to serving disadvantaged individuals and others in need. We regularly take on cases and causes to further the administration of equal justice, especially in the areas of housing and real estate, family law, and juvenile law.

Together, we and our community partners support each other and advocate making a difference.

In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, Best & Flanagan has implemented a remote work plan beginning Monday, March 16.  We hope we will be able to re-open our physical office and resume normal operations by Monday, April 13. We are committed to putting our clients first as we face this unprecedented challenge and uncertainty. To learn more about our remote work plan, please read our latest update.