1.DuBois & DuBois PC
810 S Garden St
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DuBois & DuBois, P.C. has structured its professional and administrative organization to best meet the needs of our clients. Thomas Dubois, Taylor Davidson, and Kevin Rayburn service the Middle Tennes
2.Law Office of John M. Schweri
39 Public Sq
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3.Moore & Peden PC
219 W 7th St
Elder Law AttorneysMedical Law AttorneysHuman Resource ConsultantsMedical Malpractice Attorneys
I have been doing business with Tracy Moore for over 15 years. He has done a great job for me and my business. He is professional and nice to do business with. ThanksTracy,Allen Pressnell
4.Keeton & PerryServing the Columbia, TN area
Divorce AttorneysEstate Planning AttorneysLabor & Employment Law AttorneysFamily Law Attorneys
Keeton & Perry is a family owned and operated law firm located in Manchester, Tennessee serving all of Tennessee . Whether you are looking for advice on personal injury, worker's compensation, family
5.Neisler, Stacy S
2011 Wall St
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We serve Williamson Co., Maury Co. and the surrounding areas. We help our clients with divorces, custody cases, adoption, parenting plans and support issues. Also, we can help you with wills, powers o
6.Legal Aid Legal Services Corp.
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Some services can be free if you qualify. We Service all 50 states.
7.Wilson & Henegar Attorney At Law
100 Public Sq E
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Our dedication to quality, understanding of the law, trust, and respect are the foundation of our long-standing relationships with our clients and the community. We now have three locations in which t
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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