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William E Getzen, Of Counsel (3.0 miles)
Business, Real Estate
745 Country Club Dr,
Highlands, NC 28741, Macon County
LAWPOINTS 24
Quintus W. Sibley (1.2 miles)
Animal Bite, Non-profit
3340 Cashiers Road,
Highlands, NC 28741, Macon County
LAWPOINTS 24
William W. Ashburn (1.3 miles)
Property & Casualty
949 Falls Drive East,
Highlands, NC 28741, Macon County
LAWPOINTS 22
Scott D. Neumann (1.6 miles)
Real Estate, Contract, Civil Rights, Trusts, Wills & Probate
Highlands, NC 28741, Macon County
LAWPOINTS 22
Creighton W. Sossomon (1.6 miles)
Real Estate, Civil Rights
Highlands, NC 28741, Macon County
LAWPOINTS 19
Mallory E. Phillips (0.8 miles)
General Practice
1152 N. 4th Street,
Highlands, NC 28741, Macon County
LAWPOINTS 19
B. Robert Shipp (1.6 miles)
General Practice
183 East Main Street,
Highlands, NC 28741, Macon County
LAWPOINTS 19
W. Stell Huie (1.6 miles)
General Practice
Highlands, NC 28741, Macon County
LAWPOINTS 19
Shirley Merchant Johnson (1.6 miles)
General Practice
Highlands, NC 28741, Macon County
LAWPOINTS 19
Mary Lou Nolan (1.6 miles)
General Practice
Highlands, NC 28741, Macon County

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