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    Is It Correct To Abbreviate The Word Attorneys As Attys.? I Understand That You Can Say Atty. John Smith, But Is Incorrect To Abbreviate The Plural. Please, Let Me Know.

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    Re: Correct Or Incorrect?

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    Is It Correct To Abbreviate The Word Attorneys As Attys.? I Understand That You Can Say Atty. John Smith, But Is Incorrect To Abbreviate The Plural. Please, Let Me Know.
    Yes, it is correct:

    Atty. John Smith, but

    Attys. Smith and Weston, or Smith and Weston Attys.

    U.S. Attorneys/Attys.

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    Attorneys Friedman & Weddington, Attys, L.L.P. Austin Texas TX Consumer Bankruptcy Business & Commercial Law Employment Discrimination -- Employee Family Law Custody & Visitation Lawyers

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