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Hi. I'm Bill Allison and I handle cases for people who are disabled or who have life insurance or medical insurance claims governed by ERISA (The Employee Retirement Income Security Act), workers' compensation and social security disability claims. For over 30 years I have championed the rights of the disabled and others who have been mistreated (cheated) by insurance companies. I am of an age to be retired but I still practice because I love helping my clients. With offices in Sheveport and Metairie (New Orleans) I handle cases all over Louisiana. I also network...
Gale Allison has four decades of experience as an estate and tax lawyer and estate and trust litigator. She is also an estate dispute mediator and conflict coach. She limits her practice to matters of estates, wills, trusts, powers of attorney, guardianship, estate and business succession planning, charitable planning, trust and estate administration, estate-related tax matters, and litigating or settling disputes of those practice areas. She has successfully represented Trustees and Personal Representatives against Beneficiary claims and likewise Beneficiaries in their claims against Trustees and Personal Representatives through litigation and mediation. She was an Assistant General Counsel for...
1602 S. Main Street
Tulsa, OK 74119
Tulsa, OK 74119
At the Law Office of Sharon Primus-Theodore, you can expect to receive personal service from an attorney who values each client's individual concerns and pays close attention to what each client needs. The one-on-one approach the firm employs reflects the commitment to seeking outcomes for the benefit of the client. No one situation is the same, and for this reason, I will work with you to achieve your desired result by approaching your particular circumstances with solutions tailored to your individual and family interests. I am licensed to practice in Maryland, and the District of Columbia.
I am a high-tech lawyer who brings my geek-skills to the service of my clients. I got involved in estate planning after years of trial work for one main reason: nobody is well served by having to go to court. I keep my clients and their out of the court room as much as possible.