1.Boehlje Law Firm PLC
729 1/2 Main St
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3.Smith Law Office
115 1st Ave W
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The Law Office of Jeffrey A. Smith is a full-service law firm located in Oskaloosa, Iowa serving the surrounding cities and counties as well as the entire state with a wide range of legal services. We
4.Timothy M. Duffy, P.C.
300 Walnut St Ste 5
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MR. DUFFY IS EASILY THE BEST ATTORNEY IN DES MOINES ANYTHING IVE EVER ASKED FOR I GOT
5.Orsborn Milani Mitchell & Goedken
110 E 3rd St
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Orsborn Milani Mitchell & Goedken has been representing clients throughout Iowa for more than 80 years. You'll always receive experienced representation and collaborative service when you come to our
6.Frank Smith Law Office
4215 Hubbell Ave
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Frank Smith Law Office is a law firm in Des Moines, Iowa, engaging in the general practice of law. Our practice includes, but is not limited to the areas of litigation, wills, trusts, estate planning
7.Grefe & Sidney PLC
500 E Court Ave
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Since 1971, Grefe & Sidney, P.L.C. has been providing a superior level of counsel and advocacy to our clients across the state of Iowa from our Des Moines and Pella Iowa offices. Members of the firm h
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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