1.Breclaw, Marge E Attorney
735 W Glen Park Ave
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The office of attorney Marge E. Breclaw, located in Griffith, IN, has more than 10 years of experience in family law and serves Northwest Indiana, Lake and Porter Counties. We focus highly on creating
2.Roseann P. Ivanovich Law Firm
9111 Broadway Ste CC
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I called attorney Ivanovich with a really difficult and contentious case and she was able to get everything I was asking for plus things that I didn't even know I had a right to get. I highly recomme
3.Legal Aid Legal Services Corp.
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4.24/7 LegalServing the Munster, IN area
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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
5.Law Offices Of Jennifer Cantrell
2252 W 93rd Ave
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Thank you Jenn for being fast and efficient!!! Great job, great staff!!
6.Law Office of Brian M. Smith
2260 W 93rd Ave
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The Law Office of Brian M. Smith, P.C. is a general practice law firm and debt relief agency serving Northwest Indiana from our Merrillville, IN location. We offer aggressive representation to protect
7.Zamudio Law Professionals
233 S Colfax St
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Zamudio Law Professionals, PC is a law firm situated in the heart of Northwest Indiana. We provide a client-based approach to legal representation. We understand that hard work, dedication, and dilige
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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