The Law Firm of Sarah Pheral celebrated a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, Jan 29, 2018, for joining the Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce (LACC).
Amy Okubo, a board of director of the LACC, presented a plaque to Sarah Pheral to commemorate the event.
Pheral stated that she opened her practice in 2015 as a virtual law firm and later opened an office in Longmont. After quickly outgrowing their space, they moved to their current location on Main Street.
“Our practice is partially business law for small business owners and we do a lot of elder law, estate planning, probate, and fiduciary services,” said Pheral.
“We love doing it; we love helping people accomplish their goals of getting through life’s hard times. We try to simplify life’s legal complexities compassionately, but also with zeal if we need to.”
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