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Based in Colorado, Andrew F. McKenna understands the crisis of financial debt in the area and is committed to utilizing his legal acumen to help the debtors in his community. His credentials include:
– NACBA membership
– BBB accreditation with an A+ rating
– Membership with the Tom Martino Referral List for over 5 years.
At the Law Office of Andrew F. McKenna, you will find a team that is committed to giving you respectful, expert support....
Shawn McKenna began his career at the Law Office to Miriam Cooper & Associates in May of 2011. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. McKenna was the principal of the Law Office of Shawn McKenna, located in Chicago, Illinois. In 2010 Shawn received a Masters of Law (L.L.M), in Family Law, from Chicago-Kent Chicago Kent Law. In 2009,...
Saint George, UT 84790
I love my job and I am good at it. This is not a document/binder service. My first goal is
to ensure clients are fully informed regarding all aspects of their situation and the details
of every available option.
I am more qualified. Estate planning, asset protection, business succession, and other
elder law issues are the focus of my practice. These issues are complex. I spend hours
each week learning new aspects of this area of law and how they impact real people. This
University of Montana School of Law
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