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Wills & Probate Lawyers in Virginia Beach, Virginia

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Gary W. Lee Jr.

Lawyer Gary W. Lee Jr. licensed to practice in Texas since 2003
Office: Suite 102a, Virginia Beach, VA 23451
PRACTICE AREA: Professional Malpractice, Family Law, Administrative Law, Landlord & Tenant Law, Criminal Defense, Bankruptcy Law, Wills & Probate, Business Law, Labor & Employment Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, Insurance Litigation, Litigation

Jessica M. Booth

Law Firm: Pender & Coward
Lawyer Jessica M. Booth licensed to practice in Virginia since 2004
Office: 757-490-6269, 222 Central Park Avenue Suite 400, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Web site: www.pendercoward.com
PRACTICE AREA: Administrative Law, Wills & Probate, Trusts & Estate Planning, Litigation

John D. Hooker Jr.

Lawyer John D. Hooker Jr. licensed to practice in Virginia since 1973
Office: 757-425-9977, 1206 Laskin Road, Suite 110, P.O. Box 968 John D. Hooker, Jr., & Associates, P.C., Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Web site: www.johndhookerlaw.com
PRACTICE AREA: Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Wills & Probate, Animal Law, Military Law & Military Benefits
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