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Daniel J. Snooks, Attorney at Law

Daniel Snooks has a law practice in Houston (TX)
281-484-8400
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Administrative Law, Family Law, Wills & Probate matters.
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11550 Fuqua St Ste 490, Houston, TX 77034
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Family Law: Individual Educational Plans
Wills & Probate: Probate
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