Over the past 98 years, the Oast family has built a unique legal practice of quality... more
Over the past 98 years, the Oast family has built a unique legal practice of quality and distinction. All of the employees currently at Oast Taylor were formerly employed at Oast Hook, and before that, the Oasts share a longstanding history of practicing law. The family began practicing law in 1915 in Portsmouth, Virginia. J. Alden, Edward L. and William H. Oast founded the Oast, Oast ... view profile
Brad Brickhouse adds significant talent to the Oast Taylor team and shows his... more
Brad Brickhouse adds significant talent to the Oast Taylor team and shows his commitment to our community by serving every client with a clear focus of their personal goals in mind. His primary areas of practice include Elder Law, Guardianships and Conservatorships, Financial Abuse, Estate and Trust Disputes, and Will Contests.
Chair of firm's Admiralty & Maritime Practice Group Retired from the United States... more
Chair of firm's Admiralty & Maritime Practice Group Retired from the United States Coast Guard at the rank of Commander. Held wide array of legal, engineering and operational assignments in New York City, Newport, RI, Cleveland, OH, Honolulu, HI, San Francisco, CA, and Boston, MA. Coast Guard service concluded as the personal advisor and Executive Assistant to the Coast Guard Commander, Atl... view profile
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