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LAWPOINTS 24
William Gordon Overton (4.4 miles)
International, Tax, Bankruptcy & Debt, Wills & Probate, Litigation
610 Gilbert St,
Saraland, AL 36571, Mobile County
LAWPOINTS 24
James Redd Meriwether (5.1 miles)
Employment, Health Care Other, Merger & Acquisition
Mobile, AL 36671, Mobile County
LAWPOINTS 19
Michael Edward Box (3.2 miles)
General Practice
Saraland, AL 36571, Mobile County
LAWPOINTS 19
Johnny Mack Lane (3.8 miles)
General Practice
317A Shelton Beach Rd,
Saraland, AL 36571, Mobile County
LAWPOINTS 19
Lester Lamar McIntyre (4.4 miles)
Real Estate
908 W Edgefield Dr,
Saraland, AL 36571, Mobile County
LAWPOINTS 19
Dothan Elroy Morgan (5.1 miles)
General Practice
Mobile, AL 36671, Mobile County
LAWPOINTS 19
Jenny Marie Parker (5.7 miles)
General Practice
314 Sutherland Dr,
Mobile, AL 36611, Mobile County
LAWPOINTS 16
Moeen Hayat Cheema (3.5 miles)
General Practice
100 Mckeough Ave, #607
Saraland, AL 36571, Mobile County
LAWPOINTS 12
Franklin Anderson (6.1 miles)
General Practice
126 Johnston St,
Mobile, AL 36611, Mobile County
LAWPOINTS 9
Melissa Ellen Williams (2.4 miles)
General Practice
459 Daphne V St,
Satsuma, AL 36572, Mobile County
LAWPOINTS 9
Kenneth Boyles (3.2 miles)
General Practice
Saraland, AL , Mobile County

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