Whether a large corporation or an individual client, Jamison Chappel & Beaumont strives to provide its clients with quality representation equal to that of the best law firms in this state. Jamison Chappel & Beaumont emphasizes quality and results while understanding that there is no gain if a judgment in favor of our client is expended by paying litigation costs. Our clients are informed and consulted throughout our relationship regarding the transaction or litigation strategy as well as the associated costs. In this way, we assist our clients in making a reasoned, informed decision regarding the course of the transaction or litigation.
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Nanette M. Beaumont is a member of the California State Bar and inactively a member of the Arizona State Bar. She is a highly experienced attorney skilled in the areas of construction, real estate, civil litigation, business, contract, and estate planning. She is a member of the Eastern Madera County Bar Association, Mariposa County Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association, American Bar Association, Oakhurst Sierra Sunrise Rotary Club, and the Oakhurst Chamber of Commerce. She is also former president of the Eastern Madera County Bar Association. Ms. Beaumont obtained her contractor’s license, including general contracting and engineering classifications, in 1999. She also owns a construction company in Coarsegold, California.
Brent Richardson became a member of the California State Bar in December of 2002. He is experienced in the areas of drafting contracts, resolutions, and ordinances as well as handling employment issues, evictions, and transactional disputes.
Gregory M. Chappel became a member of the State Bar of California in 1984. He is highly experienced in the areas of business, commercial and real property transactions and litigation; real estate development, zoning and planning matters; formation of corporations, LLC's and other types of business entities. Additionally, he provides counsel and assistance in labor relations, trademark and copyright registration and protection, and estate planning. Mr. Chappel also performs all aspects of franchise development and is an experienced appellate attorney who has handled nearly four hundred civil and criminal appeals during his career.