Offering Experienced Legal Counsel In Estate Planning, Real Estate And Business Law Issues
Most people know that the smart decision when dealing with real estate matters, business issues or estate planning concerns is to seek assistance from a knowledgeable attorney who will protect their interests.
Despite recognizing this is the "right thing to do," many people attempt to get by without retaining legal representation. Often, they end up wrestling with a problem that could have been prevented had they followed their original instincts to retain a lawyer. This leads to additional costs and frustrating delays.
The law firm of Teague & Wetsel, PLLC, in Edmond, Oklahoma, provides experienced representation at reasonable rates, allowing Oklahoma business owners and residents to make the call to an estate planning or business law attorney at the outset rather than waiting until problems need to be untangled.
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Attorneys R. Glenn Teague and Charles E. Wetsel formed their law firm in 2010 with the shared goal of providing comprehensive legal representation with an unwavering commitment to integrity and service to our clients. Mr. Teague focuses on estate planning, while Mr. Wetsel concentrates his efforts on business law and commercial and residential real estate matters.
These are complex areas of law, but our client-friendly approach means we take the time to explain every option available to you in terms that you will understand, including full explanations of the short- and long-term ramifications of each option.
Both of our attorneys have more than 20 years of legal experience. We serve clients throughout the state and have worked with some for more than two decades.
If you select Teague & Wetsel, PLLC, to represent you, you can be assured that you will work with an attorney from the initial consultation through the resolution of your case. We are prompt in responding to phone calls and emails. In fact, our emphasis on clear communication means you will never be left wondering about the status of your case.
If you have a business law matter or you need to firm up your estate plan in order to be assured that your loved ones will be taken care of in your absence, contact our office to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.