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Frederick R. Franke Jr., Attorney at Law
410-263-4876
151 West Stree Suite 301
Annapolis, MD 21401
Administrative Law, Litigation, Tax Law, Trusts & Estate Planning
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John Parr Attorney, Washington
John Parr Attorney, Washington
4:59 min
Martha C. Brown, Elder Law Attorney  MO
Martha C. Brown, Elder Law Attorney MO
1:54 min
Attorney John C. Revens Jr. RI
Attorney John C. Revens Jr. RI
0:41 min
Texas Attorney  Ray Kerlick
Texas Attorney Ray Kerlick
3:25 min
Texas Attorney Christopher J. Maurer
Texas Attorney Christopher J. Maurer
8:17 min
Attorney  Robbie S. Partida-Kipness Texas
Attorney Robbie S. Partida-Kipness Texas
1:28 min
Wisconsin Elder Law Attorney Leonard Jastroch
Wisconsin Elder Law Attorney Leonard Jastroch
1:24 min
Attorney Peter A. Jordan - Michigan
Attorney Peter A. Jordan - Michigan
2:05 min
Attorney in Jackson MS Ronald C. Morton
Attorney in Jackson MS Ronald C. Morton
2:53 min
MA Estate Planning Attorney Eric Schutzbank
MA Estate Planning Attorney Eric Schutzbank
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