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Amanda Emmons Ramirez (4.0 miles)
Criminal, Family Law, Litigation, Children's Rights
Newfield, ME 04056, YORK County
Elizabeth Snow McMahon (1.5 miles)
General Practice
100 Norton Ridge Rd.,
Shapleigh, ME 04076, YORK County
Madge Baker (2.8 miles)
General Practice
59 Cross Road,
Shapleigh, ME 04076, YORK County
Ronald R. Coles (4.2 miles)
General Practice
54 Fort Ridge Road,
Alfred, ME 04002, YORK County
Milton Alexander Raymond (0.0 miles)
General Practice
22 Kara'S Way,
Shapleigh, ME 04076, York County
Carolyn Weiss (4.0 miles)
General Practice
West Newfield, ME 04095, York County

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