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Richard Calkins (7.2 miles)
Criminal, Real Estate, Gift Taxation, Juvenile Law, Corporate
25 N John St.,
Alma, NE 68920, Harlan County
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Bryan S. McQuay (7.2 miles)
Government
Alma, NE 68920, Harlan County
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Douglas R. Walker (7.2 miles)
Government, Real Estate, Gift Taxation, Estate Planning
Alma, NE 68920, Harlan County
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Jaclyn Noell Cannaday (7.2 miles)
Real Estate, State Trial Practice, Gift Taxation, Litigation, Estate Planning
Alma, NE 68920, Harlan County
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Roger L. Benjamin (10.3 miles)
Criminal, Real Estate, Gift Taxation, Products Liability, Personal Injury
415 Silver St.,
Oxford, NE 68967, Furnas County
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Nathan Kirk Fox (10.8 miles)
Real Estate, Estate Planning, Credit & Debt
Oxford, NE 68967, Furnas County

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