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Mark L. Eurek (8.4 miles)
Government, Criminal, Real Estate, Estate Planning, Corporate
611 O St.,
Loup City, NE 68853, Sherman County
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David T. Schroeder (18.8 miles)
Criminal, Medical Malpractice, Litigation, Juvenile Law, Civil Rights
Saint Paul, NE 68873, Howard County
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Michael J. Shaughnessy (18.9 miles)
Government, Criminal, Juvenile Law, Agriculture
710 7Th St.,
Saint Paul, NE 68873, Howard County
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Barbara A. Wroblewski (18.9 miles)
Real Estate, Gift Taxation, Litigation, Estate Planning, Elder Law
617 Howard Ave.,
Saint Paul, NE 68873, Howard County
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Julie K.W. Gawrych (18.9 miles)
Criminal, Juvenile Law
617 Howard Ave.,
Saint Paul, NE 68873, Howard County
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Karin Lynn Noakes (18.9 miles)
Criminal, Juvenile Law
612 Indian St.,
Saint Paul, NE 68873, Howard County

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