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Arlington  Jonathan Alexander Heeps

Jonathan Heeps

Arlington, TX Estate Planning
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Dominique Sims

Arlington, TX Business
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Arlington  Jayson Nag

Jayson Nag

Arlington, TX Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 6.5
Mrs. Morrow represented me in my divorce and a very long custody case. During a very trying time in my life... more
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Kathryn Morrow

Arlington, TX Family
Avvo rating 6.9
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Orsen Paxton

Arlington, TX Business
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I was hit by a drunk driver in September 2013 (his 2nd DWI) and tried our best to work with the insurance... more
Arlington  Roger D. Walton

Roger Walton

Arlington, TX Wrongful Death
Avvo rating 9.7
Richard Eldredge and his team were by far the most professional, caring team I have delt with. They dont take... more
Arlington  Richard Gardner Eldredge

Richard Eldredge

Arlington, TX Patent Application
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Erik Hudak

Arlington, TX Family
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practicing lawyers in Arlington

Arlington was one of the fastest-growing "boomburgs" of the post-WWII era. From its founding in 1884 until the early 1950s, Arlington was a small city of less than 10,000 inhabitants.

Driven by the post-war automotive and aerospace industries, Arlington transformed overnight. In 1950, the population was 7,692. By 1970, it was 90,229. By 1990, the city had reached a population of 261,732 people.

Today, Arlington is a major population center, and is the largest city in Texas that is not a county seat.

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