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Phillip Reed Scott (3.2 miles)
Real Estate, Criminal, Adoption, Corporate, Contract
Waurika, OK 73573, Jefferson County
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William Wayne Eakin (3.5 miles)
Real Estate, Criminal, Adoption, Contract, Divorce
124 E. Broadway,
Waurika, OK 73573, Jefferson County
LAWPOINTS 22
Nancy Murray Martin (12.6 miles)
Adoption, Divorce, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Family Law
100 Oak Main,
Comanche, OK 73529, Stephens County
LAWPOINTS 22
Mary Sue Taylor (12.6 miles)
Criminal, Adoption, Divorce, Family Law, Federal Appellate Practice
Mary Sue Taylor,
Comanche, OK 73529, Stephens County
LAWPOINTS 22
Michael Charles Flanagan (23.8 miles)
Real Estate, Criminal, Adoption, Federal Appellate Practice, Bankruptcy
301 N. Broadway,
Walters, OK 73572, Cotton County
LAWPOINTS 17
Leo Alwin Watson (23.8 miles)
General Practice
Walters, OK 73572, Cotton County

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