United Way of Martin County’s CHARACTER COUNTS! program, in partnership with Martin Health System and the Business Development Board of Martin County, recently honored Crary Buchanan, Attorneys at Law, with the fifth annual Business of Character Award.
Crary Buchanan is a proud Sponsor of the 1st Annual Martin County Estate Planning Council Symposium
Watch Crary Buchanan Attorney James Bowdish’s 4th DCA Oral Argument
Crary Buchanan Law received the Business of Character Award at the 2015 Business Appreciation Awards Luncheon hosted by the Business Development Board of Martin County. The event was held Oct. 7 at Willoughby Golf and Country Club in Stuart, Florida.
“I consider myself a problem solver for business. That’s my primary focus, ” said W. Scott Turnbull, attorney and shareholder of the Crary Buchanan law firm.
More student loan borrowers are expected to gain access this year to a repayment plan that cuts monthly debt payments to a small share of their income.
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There are still a lot of questions to be answered about the arrest and death of Sandra Bland, who recently died tragically after three days in a Texas jail.
Rick Crary has spent years of digging through rare books and buried records searching for Florida’s forgotten past. And now, he takes us on a treasure hunt through time to uncover enduring significance in the vanishing history of Florida and her hidden Treasure Coast.
This past Saturday – March 14, 2015 – Crary Buchanan was a Silver Team Sponsor for the 5th Annual Young Guns Sporting Clays Shoot held at Quail Creek Plantation in Okeechobee. The event was a fundraiser shoot to benefit the “Young Guns of Quail Creek” youth shooting program.