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What If I Disagree With The Attorney For The Child
What If I Disagree With The Attorney For The Child

The role of the Attorney For The Child ("AFC") is not an easy one in contested divorce and custody cases. The job description is simple to represent the interests of the client, the child. Of course, that can become complicated for many reasons including: the child is too ...

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