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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...
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...
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...
For more than 40 years, Muskogee residents have relied on the Hayes Law Office to provide dedicated and trustworthy legal advocacy. Specific areas of our practice include the following: Personal injury Guardianships Probate Divorce A Foundation Of Trust Based On High Professional Standards The reputation the attorneys have developed over the past several decades makes their office a common...
Without proper legal guidance, probate can become an unnecessarily expensive and time-consuming process. The law firm of Coffman & Seidenberger, PLLC, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has extensive experience in probate and estate administration. When you lose a loved one, the last thing you should worry about is the legalities of the situation. When we take over, we strive to sort out the process as...
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...
The Oklahoma Law Firm of Meier and Associates At Meier & Associates, we provide a broad range of legal services to individuals and small businesses throughout Northeast Oklahoma. As a full-service law firm, we aim to provide you with sound advice and skillful representation any time you are faced with a legal matter. Contact our law office in Tulsa for a comprehensive assessment of your case and...
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...
Focused on finding solutions, our team at ALLEN & MILLS, PLLC represents Oklahoma families with all of their legal needs. We handle everything from high conflict divorces to bankruptcy. Our firm has a mother-daughter team that understands the dynamics of family relationships and how legal issues may affect them. Through mediation or litigation, we seek resolutions that fit our clients’...
Douglas J. Smith, Attorney for the Smith Law Office, P.C. has a law office in Norman, Oklahoma, that provides clients with the best criminal defense and other legal services throughout the central Oklahoma area which primarily includes the Cleveland County, McClain County and Oklahoma County Districts. The law office is conveniently located across the street, southwest of the Cleveland County...
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...
As the largest law firm in Mayes County, Oklahoma, Ritchie, Rock & McBride offers high-quality legal services in a variety of practice areas in order to help protect the rights, interests and liberties of individuals, families, businesses and property owners throughout our great state. From our law office in Pryor, Oklahoma, the attorneys at our law firm deliver top-notch counsel and...
Located in Norman, Oklahoma, the Law Office of L. Todd Nalagan is a proven resource for counsel in family law matters, debt relief through bankruptcy and criminal defense. This law firm, founded and operated solely by experienced attorney Todd Nalagan, emphasizes attentive personal service and results-focused representation in these key practice areas. Attorney Todd Nalagan has been practicing law...
The Taylor Law Firm, PLLC, has a long history of helping Oklahoma City families with their legal problems. Our father-son team of attorneys has more than 50 years of combined legal experience. Prior to founding the firm, Floyd W. Taylor worked as general counsel for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, a first assistant attorney general for the state and as a district court judge. This depth...
In 1996, Cary E. Hiltgen and Michael W. Brewer merged their Oklahoma City law practices to form Hiltgen & Brewer, P.C. ("H&B"). Both brought with them years of experience in Insurance Law, Products Liability Law, Transportation Law and Litigation. The primary focus of H&B is to provide trial and litigation expertise to self-insured and insured clients who are not satisfied with the...
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