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Privacy Policy:

At Boersma Law Firm we are dedicated to preserving and protecting the privacy of all information supplied to us by clients, either through this website or otherwise. In order to provide competent services to our clients, we must, of course, obtain information from our clients. Much of that information is personal information, such as names, addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses that is specific to a particular client and which identifies the client. While we must collect such information to better serve our clients, it is our practice to release such information only to the attorneys and staff at Boersma Law Firm. All information collected from clients is maintained in the strictest confidence in accordance with the rules of professional conduct adopted by the Oklahoma Bar Association.

We reserve the right to log IP addresses and analyze them in order to improve the quality of the information we provide through this website. Additionally, we may collect data regarding the number of visits to this site or the specific sections thereof in order to determine the effectiveness and usefulness of the information included herein. We do not and will not, however, record, collect, or retain clients' personal information through these processes.

 

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Contact:

Kirk R. Boersma
Jennifer Reese Brock
Boersma Law Firm
lawoffice@boersmalaw.com
Address: 111 W Blackwell
Blackwell, OK  74631
Phone: 580.363.3323
Toll Free:  888.726.4334
Fax: 580.363.3393

Boersma Law Firm is a small firm that provides experienced legal services in diversified areas of practice. In business in Blackwell, Oklahoma, since 1997, Boersma Law Firm specializes in a wide variety of legal matters: real estate transactions for either the seller or the buyer; estate planning, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and living wills; probate or administration of estates; oil and gas law; corporate law for both for-profit and non-profit entities; family and domestic law, including divorce, separate maintenance, paternity, child custody, child support, and visitation; adoption and guardianships; family dispute mediation; and general business law.