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LAWPOINTS 36
Thomas W Talley (11.6 miles)
Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy, Business Organization, Contract, Criminal
200 East 4th Street,
Hobart, OK 73651, Kiowa County
LAWPOINTS 26
Anthony G Mitchell (11.6 miles)
General Practice
200 East 4th Street,
Hobart, OK 73651, Kiowa County
LAWPOINTS 22
Ricky Allen Marsh (10.4 miles)
Real Estate, Bankruptcy, Contract, Divorce, Estate Planning
Hobart, OK 73651, Kiowa County
LAWPOINTS 22
William Ernest Gentry (10.4 miles)
Real Estate, Criminal, Adoption, Contract, Elder Law
Hobart, OK 73651, Kiowa County
LAWPOINTS 29
Donald David Haggerty (15.3 miles)
Criminal
Mangum, OK 73554, Greer County
LAWPOINTS 22
Eric Grant Yarborough (15.3 miles)
Real Estate, Tax, Estate Planning, Wills & Probate, Corporate
Mangum, OK 73554, Greer County
LAWPOINTS 12
Norman La Russell (10.4 miles)
General Practice
Hobart, OK 73651, Kiowa County
LAWPOINTS 17
Jackie Tatum Rooker Gallagher (20.2 miles)
General Practice
3804 Heritage Trail,
Altus, OK 73521, Jackson County

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