Charla H. Bradshaw

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Areas of Practice 1) Family Law, 2) Collaborative Family Law, 3) Family Mediation, 4) Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (Qdros) and 5) International Child Abduction
Admitted Year 1993
Education Texas Woman's University (B.S., Human Development,
Most recent firm KoonsFuller, P.C.
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