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Tom Patterson (12.5 miles)
Government, Public Interest Law, Litigation
620 Patterson St., Po Box 513
Cambridge, NE 69022, FURNAS County
Eric B. Eisenhart (12.5 miles)
Real Estate, Gift Taxation, Juvenile Law, Estate Planning, Commodities
303 Nelson, Po Box 250
Cambridge, NE 69022, FURNAS County
Morgan Robert Farquhar (12.5 miles)
General Practice
301 Nelson St., Po Box 250
Cambridge, NE 69022, Furnas County
James H. Dodson (16.6 miles)
Gift Taxation
Beaver City, NE 68926, FURNAS County
Patricia E. Dodson (16.6 miles)
Criminal, Litigation, Juvenile Law
Beaver City, NE 68926, FURNAS County
Kevin D. Urbom (18.7 miles)
Criminal, Real Estate, Gift Taxation, Litigation, Juvenile Law
513 Nebraska Ave., Po Box 557
Arapahoe, NE 68922, FURNAS County
Ward C. Urbom (18.7 miles)
Real Estate, Gift Taxation, Estate Planning, Agriculture
513 Nebraska Ave.,
Arapahoe, NE 68922, Furnas County

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