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Early in her career, she enjoyed a varied general practice with a heavy emphasis on litigation. She was exposed to many areas of the law and logged many hours in the courtroom. As time progressed, Ms. Bradley was able to identify her strengths and follow her interests. She now concentrates her practice in workers’ compensation and Bankruptcy.
Ms. Bradley has been with Tucker Griffin Barnes, P.C. since January, 1996. She...
Before joining the Musca Law Firm, Mr. Warren worked both as a prosecutor and defense attorney. As a prosecutor, Mr. Warren handled all types of criminal cases including Governor assignment cases in Brevard, Sumter, and Marion counties.
As a criminal defense attorney, Mr. Warren has defended the accused in every phase of the case, from intake through trial. Mr. Warren...
When you are faced with divorce, or custody issues everything can change – we know that at Elizabeth A. Warren, Esq. LLC. We focus on advocating for you and your rights, you can focus on your family. Don’t get overwhelmed worrying about your court case. We will walk with you step...
I moved to Fort Worth in May of 2011 to attend Texas A&M School of Law, and I graduated in 2014. By the time I graduated in 2014, I already had gained three years of invaluable experience in bankruptcy law by working as an intern a local bankruptcy firm. Since then, I have represented hundreds of clients, sharpening my...
Our lead attorney, Bruce K. Warren, Esq, has been practicing family law in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York for more than fifteen years.
We offer multiple approaches, including...
Before moving to Tulsa and joining Rodolf & Todd, Dustin was a staff attorney within the Kansas Department of Transportation. In that position, he was the lead attorney on matters related to real estate and property acquisition. He represented the agency in complex...
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