Licensed by the Oklahoma Bar Association, Timothy L. Wallace has been providing... more
Licensed by the Oklahoma Bar Association, Timothy L. Wallace has been providing Oklahoma residents with effective and economical legal representation since opening his practice in 2000. Mr. Wallace was formerly an Attorney working for the OklahomaDHSChild Support Enforcement Division, where he worked for 9 years. Subsequently, he was General Counsel for the Oklahoma Public Employees Association... view profile
I have been engaged in the general practice of law in Sallisaw, Oklahoma, for 39... more
I have been engaged in the general practice of law in Sallisaw, Oklahoma, for 39 years. I am a graduate of OU and the OU School of Law. I served four years in the US Army in Germany and Viet Nam with Special Forces designation, being discharged as captain. I also serve as Municipal Judge of eight towns and cities along with Juvenile Court Judge for Sallisw. I have been District Judge of th... view profile
We give our clients Respect, Not Judgment. Our firm has over 30 years experience... more
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