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Jacobson, Thierolf & Dickey, P.C. - Medford, OR

2 North Oakdale AvenueP.O. Box 4687 Medford, OR 97501

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Updated: 12/31/2020

Medford Estate Planning Law Firm

Overview

Legal Representation for People and Businesses of Southern Oregon.

Some people need a lawyer but once in their lives. Others rely on legal counsel as the key to a successful business team. We are an experienced firm offering general practice law for a variety of needs. Whether you have questions about starting a new business, buying a new house, enforcing a contract, or getting a divorce, we can help...

About Jacobson, Thierolf & Dickey, P.C.

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Jacobson, Jewett & Thierolf, P.C.
  • Jacobson, Jewett, Thierolf & Dickey

Practice Areas

  • Estate Planning

Litigation

  • 50%

People

Attorneys

Staff

  • Rachel Chamber, Bookkeeper
  • Lisa Hart, Legal Administrative Assistant
  • Ginny Lewis, Legal Assistant to Richard B. Thierolf, Jr.
  • Gwen Schiveley, Legal Assistant to Jerry A. Jacobson

Fees

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

2 North Oakdale AvenueP.O. Box 4687 Medford, OR 97501

Fax

  • 541-734-7269

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