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Harriet L. Capron, Attorney at Law

Harriet Capron has a law practice in Port Townsend (WA)
(360) 379-2766
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Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Family Law, Trusts & Estate Planning, Wills & Probate matters.
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2 Lincoln Beach Rd, Port Townsend, WA 98368
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Family Law: Guardianship
Trusts & Estate Planning
Wills & Probate
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  • Washington (WA) 1993
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    Jefferson: Port Townsend
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    Prepped & Preserved at the Maryland Archives
    Meridian Magazine Without our FamilySearch-Maryland Archive team of devoted volunteers, these Will and Probate records would remain electronically inaccessible. A huge debt of gratitude is extended to those who give of their time to prepare and preserve our records ... more »
    Names and Faces : June 24 , 2013
    Bradenton Herald ... P.A., have been named to the 2013 list of Florida Super Lawyers in the practice areas of estate planning and probate. All three attorneys are board-certified, with Fergeson specializing intax law, and Skipper and Gans specializing in wills, trusts ... more »
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