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Here in Oklahoma, as everywhere, good people sometimes have legal problems – through no fault of their own. A good lawyer helps keep problems from getting worse, and often prevents them altogether.
For 115 years, we’ve helped the law help our neighbors.
The Fogg Law Firm’s roots in Oklahoma – and knowledge of Oklahoma law – run deep. Since 1901, four attorneys named Fogg – three generations – have worked in the El Reno practice, helping Oklahomans work out their differences, plan their futures, and understand their legal rights and responsibilities.
Today, attorneys Richard Fogg and Chance Deaton carry on the firm’s legacy of compassionate, reliable legal service.
Just as there are many specialties in medicine, there are different areas of law. To ensure the best care for your legal rights, be sure you choose an attorney with plenty of experience in your particular situation.
Fogg Law Firm is a general practice firm, but has a longstanding reputation in estate planning, wills, probate and related litigation. We don’t just work in Canadian County, we are members of the communities, alongside the clients we serve. We are your neighbors, we give back to the communities we serve, we offer hands on, compassionate, and accessible legal service.
An incredibly helpful, dedicated team.
When you work with the Fogg Law Firm, you get more than Richard Fogg’s 50-plus years of legal expertise. You also get the focused attention, concern and perspective of the firm’s close-knit, carefully chosen team.
Under Richard Fogg’s strategic vision and expert direction, the Fogg Law Firm staff will assist you with your legal problems, ready as ever to serve the needs of its clients.
The newest addition to our legal team, Attorney Chance Deaton, is taking care of our clients by developing tailored and effective Wills and Trusts, and is also assisting in the areas of property law, condemnation, oil and gas, and product liability.
NOTICE: The information in this web site is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship, nor should it be considered to be the delivery of legal services or advice. Every legal matter is based on the facts of each issue, and the application of these general comments may vary from case to case. This material is designed to inform the reader of general principles and to help the reader understand the legal system. You should always consult a licensed attorney for legal advice.