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mailing address:
Post Office Box 339
Williamsburg, Virginia 23187-0339

overnight address:
1147 Professional Drive
Suite B
Williamsburg, Virginia 23185

(757) 229-1500 (T)
(757) 229-2721 (F)

Mission Statement

Channing M. Hall, III, P.L.L.C., aspires to:
understand its client's needs;
them with wise counsel;
innovative strategies;
their cause with skill;
superior legal service;
and serve them with INTEGRITY, DEDICATION, and EXCELLENCE;
to deliver effective and efficient means of solving the complex problems of their personal and business affairs.

Words of Wisdom

“Due process requires, at a minimum, that absent a countervailing state interest of overriding a significance, persons forced to settle their claims of right and duty through the judicial process must be given a meaningful opportunity to be heard.” – Justice John M. Harlan 

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Channing M. Hall, III, P.L.L.C.
Governor Berkeley Professional Center
1147 Professional Drive
Suite B
Williamsburg, VA 23185-3375

(757) 229-1500 (T)
(757) 229-2721 (F)

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