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Jeffrey A. Hoag, Attorney at Law

Jeffrey Hoag has a law practice in Warren (MI)
810-560-9467
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Bankruptcy Law, Criminal Defense, Family Law matters.
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13824 Hobart Ave, Warren, MI 48089
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Bankruptcy Law: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Criminal Defense
Family Law
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Hourly Rates: Contingent (25%-30%) Retainer (Always) Contingent (25%-30%) Retainer (Always)
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  • Michigan (MI) 1996
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    Michigan

    Macomb: Warren
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