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At Shoemake Law Office, clients can expect to be treated with dignity and respect while receiving quality legal service and local knowledge from the firm’s Oklahoma lawyers. Attorneys Bransford H. Shoemake and Perry Newman have 75 years of combined experience practicing law, which has allowed them to provide a full range of legal services from family law to personal injury to probate. They also aim to build long-standing relationships with their clients so they can feel supported through these difficult times. For friendly and professional legal counsel, reach out to Shoemake Law Office today. The firm also offers bilingual Spanish-speaking services.
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A lifelong Oklahoman, Bransford H. Shoemake was admitted to the Oklahoma Bar Association in 1982 and has practiced in the state ever since.
We provide a friendly and professional environment with an acute focus on our clients’ needs and a desire to build long-standing relationships with our clients.
We are committed to quality legal work and bring a deep and nuanced understanding of the law to each case.
Shoemake Law Office was first established in 1947 by Attorney Shockley T. Shoemake, who later passed the firm onto his son, Attorney Bransford H. Shoemake. The firm has since then cultivated a strong repertoire of clients dealing with a range of legal concerns, including family law, personal injury, probate, and Osage Indian litigation. As a full-service law firm informed by 75 years of combined experience, Shoemake Law Office has the skill and knowledge to fight tenaciously for your rights.
The attorneys at the firm are guided by a deep and nuanced understanding of Oklahoma law and take a client-focused approach to their legal work to ensure they build a strategy that meets your personal needs. You will also benefit from having an Oklahoma native on your case. Whether your case can be settled in negotiation or goes to trial, Attorney Bransford H. Shoemake and Attorney Perry Newman are prepared to represent you.
Bransford H. ShoemakeAttorneyA lifelong Oklahoman, Bransford H. Shoemake was born in Tulsa in 1956 and admitted to the Oklahoma Bar Association in 1982. He is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court; U. S. Court of appeals, Tenth Circuit; U.S. District Court, ...
Perry NewmanAttorneyPerry's roots in Osage County are deep and go back 4 generations. His maternal grandmother came to Pawhuska at the age of 3 from Missouri in 1923 and her family settled on a farm near the Osage tribal lodge. Perry's grandmother owned and operated ...