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LAWPOINTS 22
Julie L. Reiter (5.4 miles)
Government, Criminal, Real Estate, Personal Injury, Litigation
510 Nebraska St.,
Osceola, NE 68651, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 22
Brian F. Beckner (5.6 miles)
Real Estate, Litigation, Estate Planning, Corporate, Agriculture
258 N State St.,
Osceola, NE 68651, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 22
Ronald E. Colling (5.6 miles)
Criminal, Gift Taxation, Litigation, Estate Planning
245 N State St.,
Osceola, NE 68651, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 22
James E. Papik (9.9 miles)
Government, Real Estate, Public Interest Law, Estate Planning, Elder Law
123 E 4Th St., #02
Stromsburg, NE 68666, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 22
Paul H. Hanson (10.0 miles)
Criminal, Gift Taxation
303 Commercial,
Stromsburg, NE 68666, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 7
Julie Lee Reiter (5.4 miles)
General Practice
510 Nebraska Streeet, P O Box 427
Osceola, NE 68651, Polk County

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