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Practice areas & skills: Family, Employment & Labor, Litigation, Estate Planning
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Practice areas & skills: Family, Divorce & Separation, Business, DUI & DWI
Karen M. Billingham began practicing law 20 years ago, working with and being mentored by Gary L. Schappaugh, one of the most accomplished family law attorneys in this area. While working with various firms over the years, she kept a close practic...
Practice areas & skills: Family, Probate
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