Providing comprehensive legal services for all your real estate needs, including property transactions, contracts, and disputes.
Complete business law services tailored to meet the diverse needs of clients.
Seeking justice for policyholders against insurance bad faith practices through skilled legal presentation and aggressive advocacy.
Compassionate and experienced personal injury attorneys fighting for the rights of accident victims to secure fair compensation and justice.
Comprehensive family law representation addressing divorce, child custody, adoption, and other related matters with sensitivity and expertise.
Providing full legal support for employers and employees in all aspects of employment law, including discrimination, wrongful termination, and workplace disputes..
Welcome to Ukiah Law Office of James & McMullen, LLP! Our goal is to deliver outstanding legal services to both individuals and businesses. We prioritize designing customized solutions that cater to the specific demands of our clients.
At our law firm, we understand that legal matters can be complex and overwhelming. That's why we strive to take the stress out of the equation by approaching each case with empathy, clarity, and attention to detail.
Our team of experienced attorneys bring a wealth of knowledge and skill to every case we handle. We combine our legal expertise with a deep commitment to our clients, working closely with each individual or business to understand their goals and challenges. Our ultimate aim is to provide practical, strategic advice that empowers our clients to make informed decisions for their future.
We believe that effective communication is key to successful legal representation. We know that our clients need clear, concise information that helps them understand the legal process and their options at each stage. That's why we prioritize open, transparent communication with our clients, keeping them informed every step of the way and answering any questions they may have.
Integrity is at the core of everything we do at our law firm. We uphold a strict code of ethics and always maintain a professional and courteous demeanor in all our interactions.. Our clients can trust that we will always put their needs first, and that their confidentiality and privacy will be protected at all times.
We provide legal services to clients in numerous areas such as insurance bad faith, family law, personal injury, real estate law, and business law. We are proud to bring our skills and experience to these diverse fields, helping our clients achieve their goals and resolve their legal matters.
We know that choosing a law firm is a big decision. We believe that everyone deserves access to quality legal representation, and we are committed to providing affordable, accessible services to our community. Call today for a free consultation at (707) 468-9271.
James & McMullen, LLP
Address: 445 N. State Street, Ukiah, CA 95482
Tel: (707) 468-9271
Hours: Monday -Friday 8am-5pm
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Effective June 13, 2023
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