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Alan R. Hock, Attorney at Law

Alan Hock has a law practice in Phoenix (AZ)
602-258-8900
Lawyer has experience representing clients in various areas of Law.
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3030 N Third St Suite 1101 Phoenix, AZ 85012
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  • Arizona (AZ) 1996
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    Maricopa: Phoenix

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