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I have had George represent me two times, Once in a divorce and once in a civil matter. The divorce case was... more
Oklahoma City  George Brown

George Brown

Oklahoma City, OK Family
Avvo rating 6.6
George Brown helped us with a customer that was not paying his construction bills. George was very... more
Oklahoma City  George Brown

George Brown

Oklahoma City, OK Family
Avvo rating 6.6
Mr Brown was referred to us by a very large law firm in Oklahoma City who felt that he could provide both a... more
Oklahoma City  George Brown

George Brown

Oklahoma City, OK Family
Avvo rating 6.6
Brent is an absolutle terrific attorney. We are currently working on a Medal on Honor case, which Medal of... more
Oklahoma City  Brent Dishman

Brent Dishman

Oklahoma City, OK Military Law
Avvo rating 7.3
Great guy to have representing you when an negative outcome can have such an drastic impact on your life and... more
Oklahoma City  Lawrence Goodwin

Lawrence Goodwin

Oklahoma City, OK Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 6.9
Lawrence is the best lawyer I have ever had. Others left me feeling like all they were interested in was... more
Oklahoma City  Lawrence Goodwin

Lawrence Goodwin

Oklahoma City, OK Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 6.9
i am a reserve military police officer and a civilian police officer. Mr. Dishman represented me throughout... more
Oklahoma City  Brent Dishman

Brent Dishman

Oklahoma City, OK Military Law
Avvo rating 7.3
We highly recommend Mr. Brown for your legal services. He is different in the fact that he cares for people... more
Oklahoma City  George Brown

George Brown

Oklahoma City, OK Family
Avvo rating 6.6

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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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