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Written by attorney Grant J Gisondo | Mar 29, 2018

Child Support: What really matters?

Parents are legally duty-bound to provide support for their children and it is considered the right of the child to be fed, clothed, and safely cared for in a nurturing environment. While this supportive care is not always a reality, when there is a divorce or dispute with children involved, the rat

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As in any situation involving specific laws, legal guidelines, and court directed decisions; it is wise to consult an attorney with expertise in the areas of your concerns regarding child support. Here at Grant Gisondo P. A. we understand the technical issues of child support. Give us a call for a free in person consultation at: (561) 530-4568

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