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Michael J. Rousseau, Attorney at Law

Michael Rousseau has a law practice in Swansea (IL)
618-235-6505
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15 Bronze Pointe North, Swansea, IL 62226
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  • Illinois (IL) 2001
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    Saint Clair: Swansea
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