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Murphy, J. Allen

J. Allen Murphy - New Bern, NC

320 Middle StreetNew Bern, NC 28560

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Updated: 07/03/2017

New Bern Bankruptcy Law Lawyer

Overview

Allen Murphy has lived in Eastern North Carolina all his life. He was born in Kinston, North Carolina where he completed high school. He settled in New Bern after graduating from Law School in 1985 He lives with his wife to whom he has been married since 1979. He has two children. The oldest is Lindsay, born 8/13/87. The youngest is Jordan, born 3/19/90.

He has been practicing law since 1985. He is a partner in the law firm Gillespie & Murphy, P.A. which formed in September 1991...

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