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At Shrader Law, we understand that a legal problem can be the most important issue in your life or the life of your business. We help individuals and businesses navigate their legal troubles in a compassionate and professional way. Our focus is on criminal defense, consumer protection, personal injury, and business dispute issues. We offer additional services in other areas of litigation that can compete with larger, general practice law firms. By utilizing creative, cutting-edge approaches to your representation, we can be both effective and efficient.

The attorneys of Shrader Law have years of experience in a wide variety of practice areas. We can provide answers to your questions, solutions to your problems, and help guide you through the legal process while fighting to protect your interests.

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