Dallas, TX:

McCool Law Firm, P.C.

  • Dallas, TX
  • 9090 Skillman Street, Suite 182A-256, Dallas, TX 75243
  • Property Tax, Municipal Law, Litigation, Real Estate Law
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Office Details

Contact Information:
214-256-3673  Phone
214-206-1081  Fax
www.mccoollaw.com
Mailing Address:
9090 Skillman Street, Suite 182A-256, Dallas, TX 75243
Office Size:
1
Year Established:
2005
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    Areas of Practice (7)

    Specific Areas of Practice for our Dallas office:

    • Ad Valorem Tax
    • Property Tax
    • Property Tax Appeals
    • Municipal Law
    • Economic Development
    • Real Estate
    • Litigation

    People (1)

    Ad Valorem Tax, Property Tax, Property Tax Appeals, Municipal Law, Economic Development, Real Estate, Real Estate Litiga ...

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    • Municipal and Zoning Law

    • Real Estate Law

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