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Deciding to file for divorce is a very stressful and emotional time for everyone involved. There are many tough questions that need to be answered from property division, to child custody and alimony.

The attorney’s at WANTLAND LAW, PLLC are very familiar with divorce proceedings and can protect your rights while making this time as non-stressful for you. We can help you get custody of your children or protect your parenting time and visitation rights.

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Our attorneys can also guard you future financial security be helping prevent unmanageable spousal support and alimony. Many of the monetary payments ordered by the court for spousal and child support are hard to amend later with out a strong cause. This makes it important to have an aggressive litigator from the beginning. Don’t let this already financially taxing time become more expensive in the future by not calling WANTLAND LAW, PLLC today.

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