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LAWPOINTS 17
Janis M. Smith (6.4 miles)
Real Estate, Trusts, Contract
4203 W Lincoln Hwy,
Parkesburg, PA 19365, CHESTER County
LAWPOINTS 12
Linda R. Parsons (1.5 miles)
General Practice
253 Brick Mill Rd,
Christiana, PA 17509, LANCASTER County
LAWPOINTS 12
Nina Margusity Yentzer (3.5 miles)
General Practice
1576 Bush Rd,
Cochranville, PA 19330, CHESTER County
LAWPOINTS 12
John S. Carnes (3.7 miles)
General Practice
101 Main St,
Parkesburg, PA 19365, CHESTER County
LAWPOINTS 12
Ira Wagler (3.8 miles)
General Practice
491 Gap Newport Pike,
Atglen, PA 19310, CHESTER County
LAWPOINTS 12
Richard H. Reed (5.7 miles)
General Practice
1 Brendan Drive,
Quarryville, PA 17566, LANCASTER County
LAWPOINTS 7
John William Beyer (2.9 miles)
General Practice
1022 Mt Pleasant Road,
Quarryville, PA 17566, LANCASTER County

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