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Lemon Law Firm
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Attorneys and Counselors at Law

Brooke N. Campbell



315 South Main Street
P.O. Box 1066
Perryton, Texas 79070


Brooke N. Campbell joined the law firm in August of 2014 and is licensed in Texas. Brooke grew up in Hugoton, Kansas. She currently lives in Perryton, TX with her husband, Jeremy Campbell, and their two young daughters. In addition to a general practice, her current practice is focused on estate planning, probate, guardianships, formation of business entities, civil litigation and real estate transactions. Please call, email, or schedule an appointment with her if you wish to discuss your legal concerns.
Brooke’s transactional practice includes assisting clients with business entity formation, re-organization and dissolution. She has experience setting up and maintaining company records for limited liability companies, limited partnerships general partnerships and corporations. Brooke’s practice also includes other transactional matters such as assisting in the purchase and sale of real property, rendering title opinions, and assisting with farm and ranch transactions. Brooke can assist you by drafting easements, leases, surface use agreements and other documents that may affect your property. She also handles estate planning matters, including administration of estates and trusts, the drafting of wills, trusts, durable and medical powers of attorney and other related instruments.
Practice Areas:   Civil Litigation, Business Formations, Estate Planning, Probate, Guardianships and Real Estate Transactions
Admitted:  Texas
Law School:  J.D., University of Oklahoma School of Law, 2014.
College:  Psychology, B.A., Oklahoma State University, 2011.
Biography:  2010 Udall National Scholar, 2010 Niblack Research Scholar.
Law School Activities:  2012 Chesapeake Scholar, American Indian Law Review, Executive Editor, 2013-2014.
Publications: Note, Cobell Settlement Finalized After Years of Litigation: Victory at Last? 37 Am. Indian L. Rev.629.