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Bayard Named Among Best Law Firms by U.S. News & World Report

Bayard, P.A., a Meritas® member law firm based in Wilmington Delaware, announced today its inclusion as a Best Law Firm in a list published by U.S. News & World Report and The Best Lawyers in America®. Bayard is recognized as a Best Law Firm for the outstanding achievement of its attorneys in family law. Curtis P. Bounds, a Bayard director, is listed in The Best Lawyers in America® for family law in Wilmington, Delaware. The publication of the Best Law Firms ranks over 8,000 law firms in 81 practice areas. The list provides a comprehensive view of the U.S. legal profession basing its ranking on quantitative and qualitative data. Achieving a high ranking is a special distinction that signals a unique combination of excellence and breadth of expertise.

Bayard’s family law attorneys provide a full range of legal services related to domestic relations. They are experienced at preparing pre-nuptial agreements in anticipation of marriage or civil union and in representing spouses in marital dissolution proceedings, including complex property division, alimony, support, custody and visitation matters. Bayard family law attorneys also provide legal advice and counsel to persons adopting children and clients involved in proceedings to terminate parental rights.

Bayard is a Wilmington, Delaware based firm. In addition to family law practice, Bayard’s legal services include estate planning and administration, residential and commercial lending, residential and commercial real estate, entity formation, insurance law and tax. Bayard is nationally recognized for its practice in commercial bankruptcy, corporate and commercial litigation, intellectual property, and securitization and structured finance. Neil B. Glassman, Charlene D. Davis, and Richard D. Kirk are also featured in The Best Lawyers in America®, in Wilmington, Delaware: Glassman and Davis for bankruptcy, creditor-debtor rights/insolvency and reorganization law, and Kirk for administrative/regulatory law, and litigation – intellectual property.

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