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LAWPOINTS 22
John V. Morgan (7.9 miles)
Government, Criminal, Real Estate, Gift Taxation, Personal Injury
309 Broadway, Po Box 549
Fullerton, NE 68638, NANCE County
LAWPOINTS 22
Rodney M. Wetovick (7.9 miles)
Gift Taxation, Litigation, Juvenile Law, Collection, Agriculture
209 Esther St., Po Box 80
Fullerton, NE 68638, NANCE County
LAWPOINTS 27
James W. Ely, President (18.1 miles)
General Practice
108 N 3Rd St., Po Box 362
Saint Edward, NE 68660, Boone County
LAWPOINTS 12
Barbara Suzanne Kellogg (10.3 miles)
General Practice
515 Elk Creek Road,
Palmer, NE 68864, Merrick County
LAWPOINTS 24
Paul Anthony Clark (19.7 miles)
Lawsuit & Dispute
1615 17Th Ave., Po Box 147
Central City, NE 68826, MERRICK County
LAWPOINTS 22
Stephen R. W. Twiss, County Judge (19.7 miles)
Criminal, Litigation, Juvenile Law, Agriculture
Central City, NE 68826, MERRICK County
LAWPOINTS 22
Steven M. Curry (19.7 miles)
Criminal, Personal Injury, Litigation, Juvenile Law, Credit & Debt
1615 17Th Ave., Po Box 147
Central City, NE 68826, MERRICK County
LAWPOINTS 22
Paul Anthony Clark (19.7 miles)
Criminal, State Trial Practice, Mediation, Litigation, Dispute Resolution
1615 17Th Ave., Po Box 147
Central City, NE 68826, MERRICK County
LAWPOINTS 22
Lynelle Dawn Homolka (19.9 miles)
Government, Juvenile Law, Family Law
1510 18Th St., #101
Central City, NE 68826, MERRICK County
LAWPOINTS 22
Aaron John Kunz (19.9 miles)
Government, Criminal, Litigation
1510 18Th St., Po Box 27
Central City, NE 68826, MERRICK County
LAWPOINTS 17
Steven James Morrison (19.7 miles)
General Practice
1615 17Th Ave.,
Central City, NE 68826, Merrick County
LAWPOINTS 17
Clifford F. Mesner (20.1 miles)
General Practice
2604 26Th Ave.,
Central City, NE 68826, Merrick County
LAWPOINTS 17
Kathryn L. Mesner (20.1 miles)
General Practice
2604 26Th Ave.,
Central City, NE 68826, Merrick County
LAWPOINTS 22
David T. Schroeder (21.3 miles)
Criminal, Medical Malpractice, Litigation, Juvenile Law, Civil Rights
612 Indian St., #3, Howard County Courthouse
Saint Paul, NE 68873, HOWARD County
LAWPOINTS 22
Karin Lynn Noakes (21.3 miles)
Criminal, Juvenile Law
612 Indian St., Po Box 74
Saint Paul, NE 68873, HOWARD County
LAWPOINTS 22
Barbara A. Wroblewski (21.4 miles)
Real Estate, Gift Taxation, Litigation, Estate Planning, Elder Law
617 Howard Ave., Po Box 23
Saint Paul, NE 68873, HOWARD County
LAWPOINTS 22
Julie K.W. Gawrych (21.4 miles)
Criminal, Juvenile Law, Agriculture, Dispute Resolution, Elder Law
617 Howard Ave., Po Box 23
Saint Paul, NE 68873, HOWARD County
LAWPOINTS 22
Michael J Shaughnessy (21.4 miles)
Estate Planning, Commercial Real Estate
710 7Th St., Po Box 354
Saint Paul, NE 68873, HOWARD County
LAWPOINTS 22
Michael J. Shaughnessy (21.4 miles)
Government, Criminal, Juvenile Law, Agriculture, Estate Planning
710 7Th St., Po Box 354
Saint Paul, NE 68873, HOWARD County

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