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Reno  L Edward Humphrey III

L Humphrey

Reno, NV Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Avvo rating 6.4
Very nice to get a quick response. He did not quite understand facts of my case. I hope he at least shows me... more
Reno  Richard P. Davies

Richard Davies

Reno, NV DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 6.5
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Reno  Jill K. Whitbeck

Jill Whitbeck

Reno, NV Family
Avvo rating 9.0
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Reno  Jill K. Whitbeck

Jill Whitbeck

Reno, NV Family
Avvo rating 9.0
Greg and his staff have been great. I needed a probate lawyer and I live in California and my dads estate is... more
Reno  Gregory L. Jensen

Gregory Jensen

Reno, NV Probate
Avvo rating 8.9
I did my research and found Gregs firm as he was highly recommended. I am in California and my dads estate... more
Reno  Gregory L. Jensen

Gregory Jensen

Reno, NV Probate
Avvo rating 8.9
Richard Molezzo, Esq. represented me in a case with gaming commission. His connections and strong knowledge... more
Reno  Richard Molezzo

Richard Molezzo

Reno, NV Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.5
Darcy is as caring as she is competent. She worked really hard to get me through the Living Trust process.... more
Reno  Darcy K. Houghton

Darcy Houghton

Reno, NV Estate Planning
Avvo rating 8.9

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What is now Reno began as a toll bridge over the Truckee River that was built by Charles W. Fuller to accommodate mining traffic after the 1859 discovery of silver at the nearby Comstock Lode. After a small community grew up around the bridge, Fuller sold the bridge to Myron C. Lake, who continued to develop the village and renamed it “Lake’s Crossing.”

After the Central Pacific Railroad built a station in the town, Lake’s Crossing was renamed Reno after a Union officer killed in the Civil War, Major General Jesse Lee Reno.