America’s Most Honored Lawyers for 2020

Posted on September 28th, 2020 at 9:03 AM
America’s Most Honored Lawyers for 2020

Each year The American Registry catalogs the accolades of attorneys across the country. These ratings and awards are given by trusted professional organizations, peers, judiciary, media and clients. 

Yet,there are a few that truly stand out. There are those who simply get recognized more than all the others, and we are proud to annouce that James Joseph Eccleston is one of America's Most Honored Lawyers for 2020. In fact, he's among the Top 1% of all those awarded. 


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As a financial advisor with over 20 years of experience, I feel fortunate to call Jim my attorney and friend. He is a fantastic lawyer and trusted advisor. He is skilled in the matters necessary to do the job well. He uses his thoughtful approach and calm demeanor to achieve a positive outcome for the client. If you want to feel confident that nothing will be missed and that you will be represented in a highly professional manner, call Jim Eccleston.

Bill C. and Dan M.


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