Saxton Law, PLLC Announces That Attorney Randall Saxton Has Been Named to the PORTICO 10 Class of 2017

Randall R. Saxton

Saxton Law, PLLC is pleased to announce that attorney Randall Saxton has been named to the PORTICO 10 class of 2017.

The PORTICO 10 is a group of promising attorneys in Jackson, Miss., nominated by local firms, past honorees and members of the community, and selected by a panel of local judges. Each member of the PORTICO 10 is considered a visionary leader who has made significant accomplishments in the industries they serve.

Saxton Law, PLLC is pleased to announce that attorney Randall Saxton has been named to the PORTICO 10 class of 2017.
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Practicing in the areas of bankruptcy, tax, business planning and formation, and estate planning, including wills and probate, Randall R. Saxton is the founding attorney of Saxton Law, PLLC, which serves as general counsel for Randall Saxton Real Estate, Inc. and R&S Development, Inc. Randall also serves as the JAG officer for the Mississippi State Guard, President of the Mississippi State Guard Association, on the Board of Directors of the Madison Chamber of Commerce, and is the author of the fictional thriller, Red Sky Warning. He does volunteer work with the Mission First Legal Aid Clinic, as a Mediator for the Jackson Municipal Court, and as a Community Emergency Response Team member.

Randall has been recognized by Mid-South Super Lawyers® for bankruptcy and has also been named in Business Journal’s Top 50 Under 40.  He completed his undergraduate education at Mississippi College, earned an M.S.S. from Mississippi College, and his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Mississippi College School of Law.

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Located in Madison, Mississippi, Saxton Law, PLLC epitomizes the phrase, "Bigger is good. Smarter is better" and practices in issues from Business Formation and Estate Planning, including wills, to IRS Tax Installment Agreements and Bankruptcy.