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Can you help this client?
Please help this young mother file for divorce and establish child support.The parties do not have any joint debts or joint property, and mom desires that both she and dad have joint custody of their minor son. They are currently separated and she is receiving no assistance from her husband to care for their son. I can help!
Both parents reside in Shelby County
The parties have one minor child; custody is not in dispute
No joint property or joint debts
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