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Calling into George Sinks office was very pleasant experience although they weren't able to help with my particular situation they made sure I went away with the help I needed
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6.State Bar of WisconsinServing the Clayton, WI area
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How The Service Works We’re here to help you figure out if you need a lawyer, and how to proceed if you do. When you call the service, you will not get legal advice. However, you will talk to a legal
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I applaud this law firm. Friendly, professional and on point. Duncan has won three cases including mine of people that i know. Hes brutally honest but if you have a case he will take it. He won mine i
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- Income level of parent that needs to pay support (in the case of joint custody, the costs are determined by income of each party and the percentage of time the child spends with each parent)
- Financial needs of child
- Child’s standard of living before the divorce occurred