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    Addressing Lawyers

    Do you spell out Esquire in the address of a letter or do you abbreviate it as Esq.

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    Re: Addressing Lawyers

    Quote Originally Posted by EMAIL REMOVED - Send PM to This User Instead View Post
    Do you spell out Esquire in the address of a letter or do you abbreviate it as Esq.
    1 You usually abbreviate it
    2 It's not very widely used (though in a letter to a lawyer it's probably appropriate
    3 A mistake to avoid at all costs is "Mr Jones Esq. " . Use one or the other.

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    Re: Addressing Lawyers

    Quote Originally Posted by EMAIL REMOVED - Send PM to This User Instead View Post
    Do you spell out Esquire in the address of a letter or do you abbreviate it as Esq.
    In the USA, It would be John Jones, Esq.

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