Gary A. Bryde, P.A.

Gary A. Bryde, P.A.

Small law firm with large resources located approximately ten (10) miles northwest of Wilmington, Delaware and conveniently located to southern Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Firm Overview

Statement of Practice Summary: Commercial and Residential Real Estate, Real Estate Development and Financing, Zoning and Land Use and Subdivision, Transactional Law, Business Law, Wills, Trust, Probate, Estate Planning, Corporate Law and Personal Injury and Business Law.

Main Office

Main Office
724 Yorklyn Road, Suite 100

Hockessin DE 19707

Phone

302-239-3700

Fax

Personal Injury

The law office of Gary A. Bryde, P.A. will represent your personal injury legal matters.

Statement of Practice Summary: Commercial and Residential Real Estate, Real Estate Development and Financing, Zoning and Land Use and Subdivision, Transactional Law, Business Law, Wills, Trust, Probate, Estate Planning, Corporate Law and Personal Injury and Business Law.

Gary A. Bryde

Gary A. Bryde, P.A.

Practice Areas
-Commercial Real Estate
-Residential Real Estate
-Business Law
-Personal Injury
-Litigation
-Real Estate Development
-Probate Law
-Estate Planning
-Corporate Law

University
University of Tennessee, B.S., with honors, 1972

Law School
University of Tennessee, J.D., 1976

Admitted
1976, Delaware; 1977, U.S. District Court, District of Delaware

Memberships
Delaware Bar Association (Member, Real Property Section).

Born
Hattiesburg, Mississippi, July 14, 1950

Biography
Phi Alpha Delta. Instructor, New Castle County Board of Realtors, 1988. Law Clerk, Delaware Superior Court, 1976-1977. Adjunct Professor, University of Delaware, 1998-2003. Deputy Attorney General, State of Delaware, 1977-1979. Attorney for: Delaware Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission, 1978-1979; New Castle County Council, 1985-1986.

ISLN
908709685

Education

University of Tennessee
Juris Doctorate,

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