A Wyoming native, Marty L. Oblasser attended the University of Wyoming to obtain... more
A Wyoming native, Marty L. Oblasser attended the University of Wyoming to obtain both her undergraduate and juris doctor degrees. Marty began her career as an associate attorney in the Legacy Planning Department with a law firm in Casper, Wyoming. During that time, Marty not only focused on building an estate planning and business law practice but she also engaged in trust litigation matters ... view profile
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