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R David Weaver, Attorney at Law
Weaver Foreclosure Prevention Law
972-369-1000
405 State Highway 121 #A250
Lewisville, TX 75067
Bankruptcy Law, Consumer Protection, Personal Injury, Real Estate Law
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