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Jason LileJason Lile

Associate Divorce Attorney in Tulsa

Mr. Lile is a long-time Oklahoman having attended high school at Tulsa’s Booker T. Washington High School. He was an undergraduate at the University of Oklahoma and attended law school at The University of Tulsa College of Law. He has practiced in Tulsa in many areas of litigation with his practice over the past several years, primarily focused on family law, adoption, guardianship, criminal defense, probate, and wills, estates and trusts, and general civil litigation. With this history, he brings a diverse and seasoned trial experience to the firm and its clients.

In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Lile has served the Tulsa community as a long-time adjunct professor of English and Spanish with Tulsa Community College, in addition to having served over two years as the Chief Deputy County Commission of Tulsa’s Second District. His family and teaching background and his service-minded orientation translate well to serving his clients with wisdom, compassion, and guidance in areas of law that sorely need all of these qualities in a good attorney.

Contact Hensley and Associates, PLLC at (918) 416-4832 today.

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