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Craig Bishop’s Retirement

To My Valued Clients:

It has been both my pleasure and my honor to have served you and others with estate planning and probate needs over the past forty three years.  I have thoroughly enjoyed working with my clients , and I can honestly say, I have loved going to work every day.  In early August, I contracted West Nile encephalitis from a mosquito bite that sent me to the hospital for a difficult journey that lasted a total of eighty two days.  I am continuing my recovery at home.  Although my doctors anticipate that I will eventually make a full recovery, I have been told that the recovery could easily be another six to twelve months. Therefore, I have made the difficult decision to retire from the practice of law and will no longer accept new legal matters. 

Craig BishopIf  I am currently representing you in a matter, I intend to conclude your representation or assist you in finding another attorney.  If you have any funds in your trust account, I will be providing you with a full explanation of the funds and any fees that you currently owe to me.  It has been my policy to return all personal items from files to clients and to keep a copy of the client file for a period of five years after the conclusion of the matter.  After that time, the file will be destroyed. 

As of November 30, 2023, you will no longer be able to reach me via telephone; however, if you need to contact me after that date, please email me at  Again, thank you for being such a valued client and allowing me to represent you in your legal matters.  May God bless you and your family.

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