1.Colson Sybil K Atty at Law
819 Lamar Ave
AttorneysSocial Security & Disability Law Attorneys
Sybil K. Colson & Phillip Wells, I was a tenant for a couple of years then was renting to own. I went to you in confidence and was 100% honest with my situation. We made arrangements and I paid yo
2.Flanary Bill Attorney at Law
1116 Lamar Ave
AttorneysDivorce AssistanceFamily Law AttorneysDivorce Attorneys
3.Jennifer Gibo of Jennifer Gibo Attorney At Law
109 1st St SE
AttorneysFamily Law AttorneysGeneral Practice AttorneysAdoption Law Attorneys
Jennifer Gibo is an outstanding attorney. She is knowledgable in every aspect of the law she practices and can get the job done. She has stood toe to toe with other intimidating attorneys and never ba
4.Jeff C Starnes Attorney at Law
7 W Houston St
AttorneysCriminal Law AttorneysFamily Law AttorneysDivorce Attorneys
I retained the services of Jeff Starnes for a simple divorce. He was somewhat helpful up until the final hearing in April. Since then he does not return my calls or emails, and I have never received
5.Law Office of Michael D Mosher
50 N Main St
Civil Litigation & Trial Law AttorneysAttorneysCriminal Law AttorneysFamily Law Attorneys
Michael D. Mosher was admitted to the bar in 1982 in New York and in 1984 in Texas. He is also admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court; U.S. Court of Appeals in the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Ni
6.The Moore Law Firm, L.L.P.
100 N Main St
AttorneysGeneral Practice AttorneysCriminal Law AttorneysFamily Law Attorneys
Founded in 1893, The Moore Law Firm specializes in representing individual, corporate and public sector clients in various legal matters. It has expertise in handling cases associated with employment
7.Chris Fitzgerald Law
32 West Plz
Elder Law AttorneysAttorneysEstate Planning, Probate, & Living TrustsBusiness Law Attorneys
Experienced attorney practicing in the areas of estate planning and probate, elder law, real estate and business formations/contracts
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