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  • Accepting clients by appointment only from our law office in Potosi, Missouri, the attorneys at Marler Schrum Law are here to help you and your family through some of the most difficult and serious legal challenges you may ever face. To that end, our law firm offers unmatched representation, advocacy and support in a wide range of practice areas, so you can find the quality, effective solutions...

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    At Marler Schrum Law in Farmington, Missouri, we are fully prepared to help you with all of the important and pressing legal challenges affecting every aspect of your life, your livelihood and your future. Serving clients throughout St. Francois County and the surrounding areas, our law firm offers exceptional advocacy, counsel and support in a variety of legal areas, and we have earned a...

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