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Stange Law Firm, PC offers divorce and family law attorneys who are dedicated to providing their clients with quality legal guidance. The matters that our legal team can assist in include: divorce, high asset divorce, prenuptial agreements, legal separation, child support, child custody, domestic violence, grandparent visitation rights, and other related matters. Our law firm prides ourselves in...
Attorney Jeffrey A. Hensley is an accomplished attorney in Tulsa who has dedicated his legal career to the practice of family law. As the president and founding attorney of Hensley Legal Services, PLLC, Mr. Hensley handles a wide range of family law cases on a daily basis. He holds two Bachelor’s degrees and earned his J.D. from the University of Tulsa, College of Law in 2008. Mr. Hensley is...
FAMILY LAW - SEXUAL HARASSMENT - EMPLOYMENT LAW 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. Carrie gets great results for clients that have been sexually harassed in the workplace. For...
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...
Jesse J. Worten III, Attorney at Law, helps individuals, families and business owners protect their rights and entitlements when facing tough and emotional legal challenges, as well as helping them protect their most important assets and investments for the future. With an office in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, his law firm serves clients throughout Osage County who have legal needs related to any of the...
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