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Duncan & Associates PLLC

ContactHeidi Duncan
EmailHeidi@DuncanLaw.net
Address107 Pennsylvania Avenue
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-9895

Duncan & Associates offers legal services in the areas of domestic relations / family, probate and estate planning, bankruptcy, criminal and general civil, as well as domestic relations mediation services.

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May Oberfell Lorber

ContactTravis Eull, CEO
EmailGWalker@MayLorber.com
Address302 S. Front St., Ste. C
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-783-4700

May Oberfell Lorber has seen and experienced a lot since its founding on January 1, 1856.  Along the way, it has had team members become mayors, congressmen and judges.  The firm has also become proficient in legal matters relating to industries specific to our area.

Today, May Oberfell Lorber has offices in Mishawaka and Dowagiac, with professionals who practice in both Indiana and Michigan.  May Oberfell Lorber's team is dedicated to advising clients on a broad range of legal matters - now and well into the future.

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