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Location. Jana R. McCreary is licensed to practice law in Florida and Texas. The principal office of McCreary Law Office is located in Houston Texas at 2019 Washington Avenue, Suite 208. The principal office in Florida is located at 2700 University Boulevard West, Suite C-2. In Florida, Ms. McCreary primarily takes clients in Duval County and the surrounding counties. In both states, client meetings are held by appointments only.
Specialization. Ms. McCreary is not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, nor is she certified by the Florida Bar.
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