McDonnell & Associates, PA: Bringing New Meaning To Customer Service
McDonnell and Associates, PA was opened by CEO Edward G. McDonnell in 2003 in Columbia, SC. Since that humble beginning in the Palmetto State, the company has expanded into multiple states and now has over a dozen offices in SC, including one in Lexington.
The Greater Lexington Chamber recently celebrated one of its newest members with a ribbon cutting ceremony to recognize McDonnell and Associates.
“McDonnell and Associates recognizes Lexington County’s expansion and is honored to be a part of this movement in the Midlands,” Marketing Director Parris Claytor said. The office is located at 203 West Main Street.
McDonnell and Associates, PA is a multi-state general law practice providing title work and settlement services for real estate transactions involving the purchase, sale or refinance of commercial and residential real estate properties. The firm is structured to have an emphasis on real estate law as well as land acquisition and development, builder services and lender representation.
As real estate law began to thrive, McDonnell and Associates, PA was able to expand into a general law practice, including but not limited to, corporate law, estate planning, family court matters, criminal and DUI defense, landlord/tenant matters, licensing law, tax law and civil litigation.
There are numerous features that make McDonnell and Associates unique, including offering mobile attorneys and remote printing capabilities. This enables the company to conduct closings at the client’s location of choice. The company has also combined the flexibility of mobile services with evening and weekend appointments, as well as competitive turn times on title orders and next day scheduling for closing. All of these features bring a new meaning of customer service to the legal market.
According to Claytor, the most gratifying aspect of the business is “building valuable relationships with industry partners and collaborating to help consumers attain their dream homes.”