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Terms of Use

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Unless otherwise expressly indicated herein, the attorneys listed on this site are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  The content of this site has been prepared by Scott Law Firm, whose principal office is located at Founders Square, 900 Jackson Street, Suite 550, Dallas, Texas 75202.  The lawyer responsible for the content of this website is Matt Scott.