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Rosenstein, Fist & Ringold A Professional Corporation
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Coleman L. Robison was born in Ardmore, Oklahoma and admitted to the Oklahoma bar in 1967. His undergraduate and law degree are from the University of Oklahoma (B.B.A., 1964, J.D., 1967). While in law school, Mr. Robison was an Editor of the Oklahoma Law Review (1965-1967) and a member of the Order of the Coif. He has been employed by Rosenstein, Fist & Ringold since 1967 and was made a shareholder and director of the firm in 1971.
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Rosenstein, Fist & Ringold A Professional Corporation
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Trusts Wills and Estate

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Jerry L. Zimmerman was born in Chicago, Illinois and admitted to the Oklahoma bar in 1979. His undergraduate degree is from Cornell College (B.A., 1976), law degree from the University of Tulsa (J.D., 1979), and Master of Laws degree from Boston University (LL.M., Taxation, 1980). He has been employed by Rosenstein, Fist & Ringold since 1980 and was made a shareholder and director of the firm in 1985.
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Rosenstein Fist & Ringold A Professional Corporation
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Business Finance

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Litigation, Mediation & ADR

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Jeanie M. Anthony was born in Lawton, Oklahoma.  Her undergraduate degree is from Oklahoma State University (B.S., 1984) and her graduate degree is from the University of Oklahoma (M.A., 1993).  While working on her graduate degree, Ms. Anthony was inducted as a member of Kappa Tau Alpha National Honor Society in Journalism and Mass Communication.  Ms. Anthony has been employed by Rosenstein, Fist & Ringold since 1984.
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Barrow & Grimm, P.C.
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Business Law

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Mr. Barrows areas of concentration are in commercial litigation, business law and estate planning. Since joining the firm, he has been involved in virtually all aspects of civil litigation, representing individuals and businesses in state and federal court, as well as a number of significant arbitration proceedings. He has gained trial experience in a broad array of matters, from commercial disputes involving contacts to an intra-family dispute involving a family trust. Mr. Barrow also advises
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Deirdre Dexter is a former judge and an experienced trial lawyer and arbitrator whose practice is concentrated in labor and employment law and business-related litigation. She is also well-versed in municipal law following four years as City Attorney for the City of Tulsa. As judge and arbitrator she has presided over employment and commercial cases and is a successful mediator in these types of cases as well. She is experienced in cases involving age, race, sex, national origin, religious and
From 1989 to 2007, there was an increase of more than 50% in the percentage of deaths at home and a decline of more than 20% in the percentage while hospital inpatients for both age groups.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Age is a significant factor related to where Americans die. Older persons may have had greater opportunity to plan for their deaths, and place of death is related to the location of recent care. In 2007, decedents under age 65 were more likely to die at home (30%) than those 65 and over (24%). Older decedents were five times more likely to die in nursing homes than those under age 65.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Among decedents 65 years of age and over, non-Hispanic white decedents were less likely to die while hospitalized and more likely to die in nursing homes than decedents in other racial and ethnic groups.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
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