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Pratt & Grisham LLC

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3432 South Culpepper Court, Springfield, MO, USA
Areas of expertise: Divorce & Family Law
17 years in practice
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About Pratt & Grisham LLC

For over 30 years, Pratt Grisham has been walking clients through the family litigation process. In each case, the client plays a key role as we discuss your needs and help you understand what to expect for the future. We know how important the case is to you and how greatly it impacts the lives of all involved.

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Claudia Baer

Great office to work with! Shannon went above and beyond what I would of expected for someone to do. She was an advocate and guided me through the process. Her legal assistant Tonya was someone I would want to work with any day and was very reliable. They are very professional and make you feel valued. Highly Recommend!

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Misty Cook

Molly Wilson :( worst lawyer ever and is scared of her own shadow so if I were you I’d run cause she will take your money promise you the world and be scared on court day

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William

Fair prices, John is very competent. I will use them in the future if I need anything. Thanks John

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Pratt & Grisham LLC Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Pratt & Grisham LLC located?

Pratt & Grisham LLC is located at 3432 South Culpepper Court, Springfield, MO, USA.

What are Pratt & Grisham LLC areas of expertise?

Pratt & Grisham LLC areas of expertise are: Divorce & Family Law.

How many years is Pratt & Grisham LLC in practice?

Pratt & Grisham LLC is in practice for 17 years.

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