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David L. Arnold

Lawyer David L. Arnold licensed to practice in Virginia
Office: (757)490-3000, 222 Central Park Avenue Suite 400, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Business Law

Douglas E. Kahle

Lawyer Douglas E. Kahle licensed to practice in Virginia since 1976
Office: (757)490-3000, Suite 400, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Environmental Law

Michael J. Bowen

Lawyer Michael J. Bowen licensed to practice in Virginia
Office: (757)499-8800, 222 Central Park Avenue Suite 1700, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Web site: www.williamsmullen.com
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Business Law

Scott N. Alperin

Lawyer Scott N. Alperin licensed to practice in Virginia since 1996
Office: 757-490-3500, 4605 Pembroke Lake Circle, Suite 300, Virginia Beach, VA 23455
Web site: www.alperinlaw.com/index.asp
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Business Law, Trusts & Estate Planning

Thomas R. Frantz

Lawyer Thomas R. Frantz licensed to practice in Virginia since 1973
Office: (757)499-8800, Suite 1700, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Business Law
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