1.Kjar Law Office, PC
220 W Main St
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2.Legal Aid Legal Services Corp.
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Some services can be free if you qualify. We Service all 50 states.
3.Phillips McElyea Carpenter & Welch
85 Court Cir NW
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Founded in 1939, Phillips, McElyea, Carpenter and Welch is a full-service law firm. Its clients include individuals, families, financial institutions, small and large corporations and local businesses
4.Melanie G. Moffat, LLCServing the Warsaw, MO area
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Thank goodness for Mrs. Moffat. After waiting over two years for my divorce she had it done and over with in three months! Lower priced than previous attorney as well. Pleasure and professional to d
5.24/7 LegalServing the Warsaw, MO 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
6.Law Office of Ruth O. Schulte
3590 Old Highway 54
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We focus on Family Law and Estate Planning. Adoptions, Child Custody, Divorce, Wills & Trusts, Paternity, Name Change, Guardianship, Pre-Nuptial Agreement, Legal Separation, Power of Attorney, Orders
7.Browning Mary J Attorney LLCServing the Warsaw, MO area
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At the offices of Mary J. Browning Atty LLC, our legal services include: adoption, guardianship, custody disputes, divorce, child abuse & neglect. Onsite services available.
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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