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Good people sometimes have legal problems through no fault of their own. A good lawyer helps keep problems from getting worse, and often prevents them altogether.
Fogg Law Firm, located in El Reno, Oklahoma, has a longstanding reputation in estate planning, wills, trusts, trust administration, probate, real estate, guardianship, oil and gas, family law, and related litigation. Fogg Law Firm was established in 1901, and it’s attorneys have served El Reno, Yukon, Mustang, Piedmont, Oklahoma City, and the surrounding areas ever since. Today, attorney Richard Fogg carries on the firm’s legacy of compassionate, reliable legal service throughout Oklahoma.
Fogg Law Firm has helped the law help our neighbors since 1901. As one of the oldest law firms in Canadian County, our local roots run deep.
Three generations of Fogg attorneys have had a presence in El Reno, helping Oklahomans work out their differences, plan their futures, and understand their legal rights and responsibilities. Today, not only will you benefit from Richard’s 50-plus years of expertise, but you will also receive the client-focused and proactive approach.
Fogg Law Firm represents clients with the following practice areas: estate planning, wills, trusts, trust administration, probate, guardianship, real estate and property law, business entities, oil and gas, family law, title curative, and civil litigation. Fogg Law Firm serves El Reno, Yukon, Mustang, Piedmont, Oklahoma City, Union City, Minco, Hinton, Geary, Watonga, Calumet, Kingfisher, Okarche, and surrounding areas of Central and Western Oklahoma.
When you work with Fogg Law Firm, you get more than Richard Fogg’s 50-plus years of legal expertise. You also get the focused attention, concern and perspective of the firm’s close-knit, carefully chosen team.
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