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Lawyers - Adoption Divorce & Family Law


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Business Listing   Glidden- John R. Attorney - Carthage, IL - Phone: (217) 357-3121


Business Listing   Samuel - Carthage, IL - Phone: (217) 357-6604


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Helpful Definition for: Lawyers - Adoption Divorce & Family Law

The lawyers in Carthage who deal with family law, adoption, divorce or dissolution are particularly concerned with issues by which a valid marriage is ended and the judge distributes the marital property owned by the parties, orders spousal support if appropriate, makes child custody orders, and orders child support by one or both the parents. Also such lawyers deal with adoptions in cases where a parent wishes to bring up an orphan. Many registered lawyers with specialization in the section of Adoption, Divorce & Family law are found in Carthage. But keeping in mind the sensitivity of the issue, one must be careful while hiring one such lawyer who would deal with the matter in the best possible way.

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