Formulario de consulta legal para veteranos

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CON MAURICE L. ABARR - LAWYER, INC.

Completar el formulario es el primer paso en el proceso de recibir ayuda de nuestra oficina legal. Este formulario nos permite conocerlo mejor para que podamos hacer todo lo posible para ayudarlo. Nos pondremos en contacto con usted dentro de 1 día hábil una vez que se haya enviado el formulario.
 

El llenar este formulario no crea una relación de abogado-cliente y no garantiza la representación. El formulario y la consulta inicial son gratuitos. Algunos veteranos solo buscan obtener respuesta a algunas preguntas y todavía no están buscando un abogado. Si este es usted, con gusto trataremos de responder esas preguntas. No dudes en acercarte a nosotros.

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