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I took Atty. Basey for my N400 interview and she charged me $700 for it. The OK CIS office sent me a NOID (... more
Oklahoma City  Vance Winningham

Vance Winningham

Oklahoma City, OK Immigration
Avvo rating 8.5
I have known Kevin his entire legal career. He assisted my parents in preparing their wills and other... more
Oklahoma City  Kevin L Miller

Kevin Miller

Oklahoma City, OK Estate Planning
Avvo rating 7.3
I hired her to do an Expungement that was on my record. I gave her the money 3 months ago and she hasn't done... more
Oklahoma City  Natalie E. Christie

Natalie Christie

Oklahoma City, OK Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.0
When I did my estate plan, I needed an attorney who could provide me with the information I needed to make an... more
Oklahoma City  Kevin L Miller

Kevin Miller

Oklahoma City, OK Estate Planning
Avvo rating 7.3
Dan was a shadow in the background of my case! He would not follow thru on lingering issues and when a court... more
Oklahoma City  Daniel Martin Davis

Daniel Davis

Oklahoma City, OK Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.7
Brent helped win against those who gave false witness and acted in bad faith towards me in an attempt to... more
Oklahoma City  Brent Dishman

Brent Dishman

Oklahoma City, OK Military Law
Avvo rating 6.7
Rawls Law Office helped our stressful, and seemingly impossible, situation become manageable. My family is... more
Oklahoma City  M. Kathi Rawls

M. Rawls

Oklahoma City, OK Debt Settlement
Avvo rating 8.4
I have used Randy as my attorney for over 10 years. Whenever I have found myself in need of an attorney,... more
Oklahoma City  Randall Keith Calvert

Randall Calvert

Oklahoma City, OK Litigation
Avvo rating 8.6


practicing lawyers in Oklahoma City

In early 1889, the Unassigned Lands in Oklahoma were officially opened for settlement. A massive land rush followed almost immediately afterward.

Oklahoma City sprung up literally overnight, as nearly 10000 settlers claimed the valuable land in the area.

Many lawsuits arose in the days that followed, including Smith v. Townsend, which caused many settlers that had laid claims in Oklahoma City before the area was been opened for settlement to lose their lands.

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