1.Glendon K. Gill, PLC
110 W Johnson St
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Located in Staunton, Virginia, Mr. Gill has over 20 years legal experience. He can help you to protect your assets and your loved ones in your financial and family situation. As with most things in li
2.Franklin Denney Ward & Dryer PLC
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The Firm remains a vital and constant fixture in the City of Waynesboro. The integrity and work performance of the attorneys and staff is reflected by the large client base that continues to expand. W
3.24/7 LegalServing the Staunton, VA 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
4.Legal Aid Legal Services Corp.
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Some services can be free if you qualify. We Service all 50 states.
5.A America Law GroupServing the Staunton, VA area
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Total Bankruptcy and Debt Adjustment - Credit Repair - Correct Credit Report and Credit Score Errors - Social Security/Disability-Simple Agreed Divorce - Separation Agreements - Immigration Citizenshi
6.TVC Pro DriverServing the Staunton, VA area
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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
7.Tucker Griffin Barnes
307 Rio Rd W
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Great attorney. There are a number of attorneys in the region who don't have your best interest at heart. Tucker does.
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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