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Attorney Bios


George Hayman

George Hayman, Partner

George prides himself on providing the best representation to his clients. His law practice is distinguished by one theme — culturing relationships with a small number of unique clients so that he can precisely and effectively facilitate his client’s success in achieving their desires, values, and ideas.

George represents a regional group of developers and general contractors in all facets of real estate projects including acquisition, plan approval and the drafting of necessary infrastructure documents for PUDs, subdivisions, condominiums and multi-use developments. George’s experience includes successful real estate development projects in Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida. Throughout the Firm’s primary service area, George regularly handles commercial and residential transactions and title evaluations; acting to advise neighborhood and condominium associations on corporate structure and governance plans; and the full range of issues relating to title insurance. In the past eight years, George facilitated the successful closing of approximately $925,000,000.00 of real property transactions. >> See full bio


Cory Williamson

Cory Williamson, Partner

Cory seeks to provide the highest quality legal services to each of his clients and to be mindful of the fact that each individual’s situation is different and requires a unique and individual approach to help reach the best results. Cory received his undergraduate degree from Millsaps College and his law degree from the University of Mississippi. While in law school Cory was a member of the Mississippi Law Journal as well as the Moot Court Board. >> See full bio

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The attorneys at Haymans & Company, PLLC, provide advice, legal opinions, litigation services, and document preparation concerning real estate law in Oxofrd, MS and surrounding areas. Most services are provided at flat rates; however, retainers are taken for complicated matters involving litigation.