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Law Offices of Jim Matthews

3524 NW 50th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73112

Phone: 405-946-2811
Fax: 405-946-2859

About James Matthews

licensing issue services Mr Matthews has served the people of Oklahoma continuously since 1981. He has operated his own law office since 1986. His focus has been helping individuals and small business owners, primarily in litigation, in business and in consumer matters. This has included bankruptcy, the defense of foreclosures and other collection matters, real property title and sale and purchase contract issues, litigation before and involving administrative boards, and resolving decedent matters (probate or the need for probate). He also helps people in real estate transaction sales and evaluation of title. Mr. Matthews can also help you with debtor workouts outside of bankruptcy.

Successful litigation has included homes in irregular or predatory sale or lease disputes concerning title, home sales transactions and disputes with government entities concerning licensing issues, and related business matters. Attorney Matthews has dedicated himself to representing persons with limited power in disputes with the powerful. Mr. Matthews is licensed to practice in all state, federal and bankruptcy courts in Oklahoma, and in the Osage Tribal Court. His legal education includes reputable honors and awards.

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