Top Heavener Collaborative Lawyers - Oklahoma

  • Pryor family law attorney Paul Blevins of the Blevins Law Office, Inc., brings 40 years of experience to the mediation, negotiation or litigation of any divorce issue in northeast Oklahoma. During those decades of successful service for individuals, couples and families, Paul Blevins has built a recognized reputation for results. He has been designated as an Oklahoma Super Lawyer every year since...

  • Compassionate, Results-Driven Personal Injury, Defense and Family Lawyers Are you dealing with physical pain, emotional stress and financial pressures after a serious car accident? Have you been charged with a crime that could take you away from your family for years or have other life-changing consequences? Are you considering divorce but overwhelmed by decisions you must make on issues such as...

  • Clue Law specializes in complex Oklahoma divorce cases. Experienced in helping high net worth individuals and entrepreneurs with complex business structures and family trusts. Let us help protect you and your assets during a divorce. For several years, Clue Law has helped people take on their most challenging family issues. Carrie Luelling offers legal help with the divorce process as well as:...

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    Jesse J. Worten III, Attorney at Law, is devoted to providing the highest level of legal service possible to the citizens of Oklahoma. Through his law office located in Bartlesville, Mr. Worten serves individuals, families and business owners throughout Washington County and the surrounding areas by offering effective, dependable representation in the following practice areas: Civil litigation...

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