Civil Law Counsel in Kingfisher, Stillwater & Watonga

Are you facing a legal matter such as a probate, starting a new business, need help with your business taxes, worried about your oil and mineral rights, or want to just plan for your future? It is important that you are able to receive the legal guidance and assistance that you need in this matter. At Harrison & Mecklenburg, Inc., we understand the difficulties that can arise with many various legal issues and business concerns. Your situation is important to us, and you can be sure that we will stand by you and work with you toward the results that you need to safeguard your future.

We understand that you may be concerned about the cost of legal assistance.
That is why we are dedicated to providing cost-effective representation.

Our Firm Has over 150 Years of Combined Experience

Our legal team is comprised of 8 full-time attorneys, and we have been serving the residents of Kingfisher, Oklahoma since 1987. We genuinely care about the situation that you face. We implement a team approach to every case we handle. This means that, if you choose to work with us, we will ensure that your case is being handled by the most competent and knowledgeable attorney for your specific situation.

If you choose to work with us, then we will begin by working to gather as much information as possible to build a case and to achieve your goals in a timely fashion.

In addition, we offer a case evaluation so that you may obtain some legal advice and information regarding your situation before making any financial commitment to our firm. You can count on us.

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