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DeCanio Law Joins The Virga Law Firm in Orlando
DeCanio Law Joins The Virga Law Firm in Orlando

July 2018 Brings New Colleagues and Fresh Talent for The Virga Law Firm The Virga Law Firm, P.A. has recently acquired Orlando’s DeCanio Law Firm. Our team is excited about the new changes taking place among our firm’s leaders and we expect that this acquisition will result ...

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