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William Lamar Smith
Civil & Human Rights, Criminal, Motor Vehicle, Accident & Injury, Personal Injury
Lanett, AL 36863, Chambers County
Malcolm Clifton Davenport Davenport
Corporate, Estate Planning
1139 North 18th Street,
Lanett, AL 36863, Chambers County
Donald Monroe Phillips
Employment, Personal Injury, Bankruptcy
513 N Lanier Ave, Ste B
Lanett, AL 36863, Chambers County
Claud Eugene McCoy
Property & Casualty
117 N Lanier Ave, Ste 201
Lanett, AL 36863, Chambers County
Joseph McNamee Tucker
Real Estate, Traffic
Lafayette, AL 36862, Chambers County
Mark Howard Carlton
9 N Lafayette St,
Lafayette, AL 36862, Chambers County
Carl Wade Robinson
Personal Injury
4307 20th Ave,
Valley, AL 36854, Chambers County
Walter Gregory Ward
Family Law, Juvenile Law, Social Security
301A N Lanier Ave,
Lanett, AL 36863, Chambers County
Julia Sheppard Thomas
Criminal, Divorce & Family Law
PO Box 184,
Lafayette, AL 36862, Chambers County
John Ben Jones
Family Law, Real Estate, Wills & Probate, Trusts
2206 S Broad Ave,
Lanett, AL 36863, Chambers County

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