Alisa G. Cummins

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Areas of Practice 1) Collaborative Family Law, 2) Family Law, 3) Family Mediation, 4) Divorce, 5) Child Custody, 6) Child Access, 7) Child Support, 8) Alimony, 9) Separation and Property Settlement Agreements, 10) Post-Divorce Modification, 11) Grandparent/Third Party Custody and Visitation and 12) Paternity
Education Case Western Reserve University (B.A., cum laude,
Most recent firm Alisa G. Cummins, PC
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