Law Office of James Poe | Springfield, Missouri

Exceptional Legal Services

The Law Office of James M. Poe


Exceptional legal service since 2007.

Mr. Poe's law practice includes counseling local and regional businesses on corporate and entrepreneurial matters, estate work in probate and bankruptcy, and trial work in the areas of business, commercial and consumer disputes. 

James seeks to modernize the legal industry by focusing on transparency with each client, building personal relationships, working with purpose-driven business models, assisting clients and their families with asset and financial management, and securing justice from the Courts for legitimate business disputes, as well as on behalf the poor and oppressed. 

James recently obtained a jury verdict in a constructive fraud litigation case that was featured in the Missouri Lawyers Weekly in 2016.




1903 E Battlefield Rd
Springfield, MO 65804

(417) 887-1807


Areas of Practice

Business Law

Representation for Businesses, Entrepreneurs and Commercial Interests;  Non-Profit Organizations and Churches,  Business Formations/Dissolutions, Organizational Management, Business Disputes, Fraud Litigation, Consumer Protection.



Estate Planning

Wills, Trusts and Powers of Attorney, Full Estates, Small Estates, Heirship Proceedings, Guardianship/Conservatorship.

Bankruptcy Estates

Bankruptcy Center of the Ozarks - Business and Individuals: Chapter 7, Chapter 13, Chapter 11.




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