1.Mitchell O. Moore, P.C.
110 N Dogwood Dr
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2.Bajalia Law Firm PC
1810 N Ashley St
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I am very pleased with my experience with Mr. Bajalia. Unlike other lawyers, Mr. Bajalia is very thorough in his practice and always weighs all possibilities when making an decision. His willingness
3.Sullivan Firm LLCServing the Nashville, GA area
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The Sullivan Firm, LLC is a full-service law firm equipped to handle a wide range of legal matters. Our mission is to give each case the thorough attention and personal service it deserves. Our attorn
4.May & Jewell
12 S Main St
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South Georgia attorneys Robert D. Jewell and Jess C. Hornsby offer efficient solutions with focused attention to the individual clients they serve.
5.Kelley & Johnson
207 4th St E
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Our law firm dedicated to giving our clients Christian legal services in a friendly and efficient environment. Although it is our desire to put God first in every transaction, we believe that this wil
6.Langdale & Vallotton LLP
1007 N Patterson St
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TVC has been in business for over 20 years. We specialize in fighting your moving and non-moving violations in court for you. We have over 700,000 commercial drivers who are members of our service. Ou
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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