Digby Leigh & Company

Digby Leigh & Company is a local law firm here in Edgemont Village. They specialize in helping small to midsized businesses in legal matters.  Be you in need of help with estates or trusts or even real estate, Digby is here to help you. Both as a company and as a live person! Digby R Leigh is the owner and a lawyer here at Digby Leigh & Company with over 25 years of experience. Digby Leigh & Company is able to help with issues such as wills, commercial lending, business and insolvency just to name a few. With many success stories and happy customers we feel that you’ll find Digby to be the law firm for you business.

Digby participates regularity in community events and has sponsored such events as “Evening in Edgemont”- Friday night concerts with all varieties of bands coming to play for local eager spectators.  Digby Leigh & Company have even helped sponsor the Chamber of Commerce Annual Summer Soiree. This wonderful event was held at Mount Seymour Golf & Country Club and everyone had a fabulous time. Staff at Digby are intelligent and insightful giving you the advice you need make the right decision. Lawyers here are hard working and helpful, always willing to go the extra mile for you to make sure your going to be alright.

Legal issues can be stressful and tiresome and Digby knows that, let them take those responsibilities off your shoulders so you can take a breather. These matters don’t have to be so taxing, with Digby fighting for you; you can put aside those worries and carry on with your life. Digby Leigh & Company are proud supporters of the Edgemont Village style of life and are more than happy to be here. They provide customers with sound legal advice and counseling in time of need which can save you time and money. Visit Digbys anytime and get to know their great team because, you never know when you might need them.


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  1. Rick, 11 years ago

    I just popped down to the village and got two documents Notarized by a friendly lawyer there named Matthew. I had called ahead and then walked on down to the village. The receptionist was friendly and greeted me and said it would be a few minutes. Started to read a TIME magazine about the Rise of Rick Perry when another receptionist entered and asked if I’d been helped.

    Matthew notarized the passport and only charged $25. What a deal. Paid by Visa and got a receipt so I could expense it. And back into the elevator to head to Delayney’s for a coffee.

    I love Edgemont Village!

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  2. Rick, 11 years ago

    Oops — I’d meant to rate them 5 stars!

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