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When it comes to legal issues, you want an attorney with a full and complete understanding of Oklahoma law handling your case. At Northcutt Clark Gardner Hron & Brune — Northcutt Law Firm PLLC, our founding goes back to 1938. We started in Ponca City before merging in 1977. We continue to serve those in Kay County, as well as Osage County. Our law firm handles a wide variety of complex...
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...
Complex Civil Litigation Attorneys • Contract Negotiations Our full service energy law firm practices oil, gas and mineral law, business law, civil litigation and represents clients in proceedings before the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Founded in 1980, Mahaffey & Gore, PC , has established a reputation as one of the preeminent energy law firms in Oklahoma. Even the largest law firms...
My name is Gregory S. Taylor, Attorney at Law, and I have been practicing law since 1974. In 1991, I founded a private practice law firm in Ada, Oklahoma. My primary areas of practice are estate planning, probate & estate Administration, real estate law, and energy law. Estate planning is a legal process that addresses a number of legal questions that come up when a person dies. An estate plan...
Ball Morse Lowe, PLLC, in Oklahoma, Cleveland, and McClain county offices is a law firm dedicated to providing quality legal services in a cost-effective manner. Our lawyers provide focused solutions tailored to achieve clients' particular objectives. They listen closely and respond promptly with sound advice and practical solutions. In the area of estate planning, we provide a full spectrum...
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