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  • Midwest City Office

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    1384 South Douglas Boulevard
    The Timbers Office Park
    Midwest City, Oklahoma 73130

    Phone

    405-733-1683

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    I needed help filing my divorce and they handled all of it for me including speaking with my spouse so I didn’t have too.

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    I was looking for a lawyer who could help me with an inheritance case with multiple competing claims. I am based overseas and needed a local lawyer I could trust to look after my interests. I found that in Aaron. The case was complex, cover...
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    I highly recommend Aaron. He is helpful, kind, and knowledgeable. He helped make the divorce process as quick and as painless as possible. Appreciated his timely responses to my phone calls and emails. I would absolutely hire him again, and...
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    We have had the opportunity to hire Aaron for the last 6 years. Aaron has worked with us on payments in the past. Never made us feel bad for asking sooo many questions, but is always happy to answer them. Very knowledgeable and responsive.

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    Aaron and Sandi were absolutely amazing to work with. They were extremely helpful and knowledgeable. They were very quick to respond and answer all of my questions. My divorce resulted in a fair outcome. They are both very personable people...
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  • Aaron M. Arnall Chosen as Vice-President of Sharing Tree Board of Directors

After one year as a member of the Board of Directors, attorney Aaron M. Arnall has been chosen as the Vice-President of the Board of Directors of Sharing Tree, a local non-profit that serves families in need by providing a dignified shopping experience at no cost. Sharing Tree started as as a seasonal agency offering help at Christmas time, and has grown to provide four programs including Christmas Connection, Crisis
Connection, Community Connection, and Classroom Connection. Sharing Tree's facility is stocked with clothing, household items and basic necessities, and is laid out like a department store where visitors can “shop” year round. Most of the goods are donated, the store is primarily staffed and stocked by volunteers, and all customers are referred by a partner agency. Families living at or below the poverty levels as defined by federal guidelines, receive government assistance, or have experienced a fire, flood, or tornado are able to shop at Sharing Tree. You can learn more about Sharing Tree and its mission here.