When facing a divorce or any other family law matter, it may be hard to see how life will look on the other side. It is important to remember that working together with the proper legal counsel can help to ensure that your rights are protected throughout the duration of your matter. Peter McVary is a compassionate Associate Attorney with Stange Law Firm, PC. He is able to represent individuals throughout Tulsa County, Oklahoma, and the surrounding areas.
Peter attended The University of Tulsa College of Law where he would earn his Juris Doctor/Master of Laws in Energy and Natural Resource Law in May 2019. While in law school, he worked in various legal intern and extern roles throughout the Tulsa, OK area. These roles allowed him to gain valuable experience in the legal field including legal research, drafting key legal documents such as affidavits, motions, and responses, and docket preparation. Before studying law, Peter attended Denison University in Granville, Ohio where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Geosciences. Peter is currently licensed and ready to help clients in the State of Oklahoma.
Prior to joining the Tulsa Oklahoma family lawyers at Stange Law Firm, PC, Peter most recently worked as an Associate Attorney for a law firm in Tulsa, OK. While in this role, he was tasked with managing defense civil litigation cases including pleadings, discovery, and trial. He also gained experience with medical malpractice defense. Prior to this, Peter spent his first three years post-law school working in various legal roles, including as an Assistant District Attorney for the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office, which allowed him to further round out his legal experience. Peter is excited to bring his legal experience to Stange Law Firm, PC, and to help work with his clients to help them put the pieces of their life back together.
Outside of his legal work, Peter enjoys spending his free time hunting and fly fishing. He is also an avid skier and enjoys homebrewing.
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