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John V. Schweppe
Commercial Real Estate, Estate Planning, Bankruptcy, Litigation, Elder Law
Shelby, NC 28151, Cleveland County
Joseph Charles Hoyle
General Practice
Shelby, NC 28151, Cleveland County
Philip David Irish, Private Law Practice
Real Estate, Intellectual Property, Immigration, Criminal, Civil & Human Rights
104 Kimberly Ln,
Kings Mountain, NC 28086, Cleveland County
William E. Plowden
General Practice
214 Conifer Way,
Shelby, NC 28150, Cleveland County
Gina R. Collias
General Practice
315 Garrison Drive,
Kings Mountain, NC 28086, Cleveland County
Amanda Marie Berthold McIntyre
General Practice
107 North Lafayette Street,
Shelby, NC 28150, Cleveland County
Michael W. Miller
General Practice
922 Skinner Road,
Shelby, NC 28152, Cleveland County
Danita L. Handlin
Family Law
Shelby, NC 28151, Cleveland County
Colin P. McWhirter
Personal Injury
103 Pine Street,
Shelby, NC 28152, Cleveland County
Jeannette Racquel Reeves
Family Law, Personal Injury, Child Custody
1219 Fallston Road,
Shelby, NC 28150, Cleveland County

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