Attorney Christopher P. Corso is a founding member of Corso Law Group, PLLC and is solely licensed to practice law in the State of Arizona.
All work in the State of Arizona will be performed by a licensed Arizona attorney. All work in the State of Texas will be performed by a licensed Texas attorney. Some work may be performed by or referred to other attorneys.
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