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Barton, Hall & Schnieders, P.C.

1117 South Broadway StreetOak Grove, MO 64075-9272
Phones: 816-690-4111
Fax: 816-690-6525
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Family LawCriminal LawPersonal InjuryWorkers' Compensation LawBankruptcyEstate PlanningDUI/DWIPersonal Injury -- PlaintiffMotor Vehicle AccidentsTrucking AccidentsMotorcycle AccidentsAutomobile AccidentsTraffic ViolationsDrug ChargesReal Estate LawBusiness FormationsWills and TrustsPowers of AttorneyHealthcare DirectivesDivorceProducts LiabilityPremises LiabiltyBusiness Transactions
Barton, L. Clay (Partner) Hall, James R. (Partner) Hall, Rachel E. (Associate) Pollard, Brooke Elizabeth (Associate) Schnieders, Robert H. (Partner)
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1117 South Broadway StreetOak Grove, MO 64075-9272
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