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Suzann L. Beckett, Attorney at Law
(860) 236-1111
543 Prospect Ave
Hartford, CT 06105
Bankruptcy Law, Tax Law, Trusts & Estate Planning
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Lawyer Sheila Horvitz licensed to practice in Connecticut since 1977
Office: Matrimonial Law Mediaton, Yantic, CT 06389

Timothy P. Lenes

Lawyer Timothy P. Lenes licensed to practice in Connecticut since 1988
Office: Manfredi And Lenes, Yantic, CT 06389

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