Duane L. Coker

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Areas of Practice 1) Family Law, 2) Divorce, 3) Child Support, 4) Post Divorce Modification, 5) Mediation, 6) Collaborative Law, 7) Adoption Law, 8) Child Abuse and Neglect, 9) Fathers Rights, 10) Grandparents Custody, 11) Grandparents Visitation Rights, 12) Independent Adoptions and 13) Parental Kidnapping
Admitted Year 1993
Education Baylor University (B.A., Political Science and Jou
Most recent firm Duane L. Coker & Associates, P.C.
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