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Phyllis Long
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Charlotte, NC Attorney
(704) 567-2116 10700 Sikes Place Suite 340
Charlotte, NC 28277
Business, Estate Planning and Tax
Phyllis W. Long, a business, estate, and tax attorney in Charlotte, North Carolina, has been serving clients since 2001. Phyllis Long prides herself on providing the personalized service of a small firm in the areas of business law, estate planning, and tax matters. Ms. Long's focus is on serving each client's specialized needs. As an estate attorney, Ms. Long also works with individuals to prepare wills and trusts that suit their personalized needs. She welcomes the opportunity to speak with you and answer any questions you may have about how she can serve you or your business.

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