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Nathan P. Olson
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Oshkosh, WI Lawyer with 11 years experience
(920) 361-1181 146 Algoma Blvd. Suite A
Oshkosh, WI 54902
Business, Collections, Consumer and Divorce
Attorney Nathan Olson has taken an unorthodox route in becoming an attorney. While recovering from shrapnel wounds in Baghdad during the early months of the Iraq War, Attorney Olson, a Purple Heart recipient, decided that it was an opportune time to leave the world of law enforcement and military and pursue a career as an attorney. In addition to his legal training, Attorney Olson relies upon his unique life experiences, whether it is from combat tours in the Balkans and the Middle East, to humanitarian relief missions in Central America, to working with federal, state, and drug enforcement agencies, to provide...

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