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Attorney Sheryl Edwards Named as 2019 Florida Super Lawyers® Member
Attorney Sheryl Edwards Named as 2019 Florida Super Lawyers® Member

Attorney Sheryl Edwards is the real estate expert for people throughout Sarasota who need representation in a real estate transaction or find themselves facing a real estate law dispute . When matters escalate to litigation, clients know they can trust her to be there for ...

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    Attorney Sheryl Edwards is the real estate expert for people throughout Sarasota who need representation in a real estate transaction or find themselves facing a real estate law dispute . When matters ...

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    The Edwards Law Firm, PL is proud to announce that our lead attorney, Sheryl Edwards , has been selected to the Super Lawyers® list for 2018 for the sixth consecutive year. Only 5% of all attorneys in ...

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