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    For the past 45 years, the Gary L. McKnight law firm has been serving the legal needs and providing advice to our friends and neighbors in McAlester, Oklahoma.  If we haven’t met yet, I hope we will become friends as we work together to resolve your legal concerns. The mainstay of my practice is wills, trusts, estate planning, real estate, probate, corporate, mineral rights and oil/gas...

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    The Law Office of Tiffany N. Graves, PLLC Attorney Tiffany N. Graves helps clients in Tulsa and surrounding counties with their family law issues. Whether you are dealing with divorce, child custody, spousal support, paternity or another related family law issue, Ms. Graves wants to help you and your family. An experienced advocate with a dedication to family law, Ms. Graves can deliver the...

  • At J. Ralph Moore, our attorneys provide skilled representation to individuals and families facing family law, estate planning, personal injury and real estate matters. We understand the impact these situations can have on your life, and we create the legal solutions that you need during uncertain times. Our lawyers will take the time to sit down with you and understand what you are facing. We are...

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    For several years, Morrel Law PLLC has assisted people in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with estate planning and elder law matters. Led by attorney and certified public accountant Reece Morrel, our law office handles wills, trusts, charitable planning, taxation planning, guardianships and probate. Additionally, we provide representation for other issues: • Transfer family companies to children and...

  • Helton Law Firm: Combining Big-Firm Experience With Small-Firm Values At the Helton Law Firm, individuals and businesses throughout Tulsa, Oklahoma, and the surrounding communities can turn to the experience, professionalism and dedicated service we provide. Whether you have put off drafting an estate plan and wish to take steps to protect your life's achievements, or you are a business owner...

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    If you live in Tulsa, Oklahoma, or any of the surrounding areas, and you suffered an injury or lost a loved one as a result of someone else's negligent, careless or unlawful actions, you can turn to the law office of Charles Bryan Alred, PC, for the personalized counsel and aggressive advocacy you need. Since 1987, we have helped the good people of our region with their serious personal injury and...

  • After death, a will is an important document that determines how your property will be distributed. Whether you have a will or not, a court proceeding will be necessary if you owned real property in your own name or if the value of your personal property such as bank accounts, vehicles, stocks, etc., exceeds a certain amount. The probate court also deals with guardianship. I handle guardianship...

  • Attorney Paul E. Swain III offers over thirty (30) years of experience in business and legal expertise to his clients. Paul E. Swain PLC is a general practice law firm located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, representing individuals and businesses in their various day to day legal needs. Our goal is to vigorously represent our clients and help them satisfy their legal needs at a reasonable cost. Mr. Swain's...

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    GT Law Firm is fully committed to helping you protect you and your family by securing the full amount of compensation possible as the result of someone else's fault and wrongdoing.   If you live in northeast Oklahoma or around Tulsa, and you suffered an injury or lost a loved one as the result of nursing home neglect, you can turn to the GT Law Firm for the personalized representation and...

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