Dungan & LeFevre was founded on the principles of integrity, expertise, client service, and community involvement. We creatively and economically solve legal problems for our clients and offer a broad range of quality legal services to help individuals and businesses. Our attorneys maintain the highest ethical standards and strive to provide personal service in a responsive, cost-efficient, and understanding manner.
Our firm traces its origins in Troy to the early 1900’s. In 1905 J.C. Fullerton passed the bar and was admitted to the practice of law. He established an office in Troy, which he maintained as a sole practitioner until 1937 when J. Cameron Dungan joined the firm, and the firm name became Fullerton & Dungan. Shortly after the death of J.C. Fullerton in 1943, J. Cameron Dungan was joined by his father, The Reverend Irvine Dungan, under the partnership name of Dungan & Dungan.
After the death of Reverend Dungan in 1952, J. Cameron Dungan maintained his law firm primarily as a sole practitioner until joined by William J. McGraw III in 1972. In 1976 they formed the law firm of Dungan & McGraw, which remained the name of the firm until 1980, when it was incorporated under the name of Dungan, McGraw & Kappers Co., L.P.A., with the admission of Alan M. Kappers as a partner.
In 1969 Townsend Foster, Jr. and John A. Wannemacher joined ranks to form Foster & Wannemacher. Five years later they were joined by Michael A. Baer and Richard LeFevre. LeFevre, Foster, Wannemacher, and Baer then welcomed Michelle Gearhardt aboard in 1982.
In 1991, Dungan, McGraw & Kappers Co., L.P.A., and LeFevre, Foster, Wannemacher, Baer & Gearhardt merged into what is now known as Dungan & LeFevre Co., LPA.
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