Gary M. Coates

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Areas of Practice 1) Family Law, 2) Divorce, 3) Child Custody, 4) Marital Property, 5) Child Support, 6) Adoption, 7) Visitation, 8) Alimony, 9) Domestic Violence, 10) Collaborative Family Law, 11) Family Mediation Law, 12) Protective Orders, 13) Uncontested Divorces, 14) Separation Agreements and 15) Prenuptial Agreements
Education College of William & Mary (B.A., Geology, 1978)
Most recent firm Gary M. Coates, P.C.
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