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LAWPOINTS 36
Allen C. Jones (6.7 miles)
Adoption, Agriculture, Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy, Corporate
202 West Walnut Street,
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 34
Casimir Christian Lukjan, Attorney at Law (1.4 miles)
Trade Associations
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 34
Richard David Cervera, Partner / Shareholder (1.4 miles)
Trusts
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 34
William Jeffrey Moore, Government Attorney (1.4 miles)
Government, Criminal, Trade Associations
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 24
Steven Craig Curtis (1.4 miles)
Criminal, Federal Trial Practice, Real Estate Other, Family Law, Education
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 24
Timothy Jon Magee (1.4 miles)
Bankruptcy, Commercial Real Estate, Collection, Trusts
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 24
Richard Fletcher Calhoun (1.4 miles)
Civil Rights, Litigation, Wills & Probate, Estate Planning, Wills
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 24
Grady Andrew Reeves (1.4 miles)
Litigation
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 24
Michael Thomas Bunn (1.4 miles)
Banking & Finance
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 24
Joel Lee Williams (1.4 miles)
Criminal, Business & Trade, Family Law
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 24
Michael Winright Rountree (4.9 miles)
Personal Injury, Domestic Violence & Neglect, Estate, Criminal, Employment
2500 Pike County Lake Rd,
Troy, AL 36079, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 19
Angela Marie Evans Johnson (1.1 miles)
General Practice
138 Deerfield Dr,
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 19
Laura Rae Dove (1.2 miles)
Business
118 Bibb Graves Hall,
Troy, AL 36079, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 19
Natalie Patterson Bryant (1.3 miles)
General Practice
110C Bibb Graves Hall,
Troy, AL 36082, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 19
James Norman Thomas (1.4 miles)
General Practice
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 19
Nicholas Joseph Cervera (1.4 miles)
General Practice
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 19
Matthew Michael Baker (1.4 miles)
General Practice
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 19
Malcolm Warren Mcswean (1.4 miles)
General Practice
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 19
January Blair Ellis (1.4 miles)
General Practice
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County
LAWPOINTS 19
Ruth Teague Pawlik (1.4 miles)
General Practice
Troy, AL 36081, Pike County

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