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At Newton Law Offices, we put the needs of our clients first. We understand that you are looking for quality results, and therefore work hard to deliver quality results to you as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our business methods allow us to control costs for you and reduce your expenses without compromising on the quality of representation you receive. Being a small firm allows our office to react quickly to the needs of our clients while providing a personalized level of legal service. When you work with our office, you can expect a prompt response; put simply, we are here whenever you need us.


Among the types of cases we handle
are the following:

* Divorce
* Child Custody
* Parenting Time
* Child Support
* Spousal Support
* Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements
* Paternity
* Adoption
Newton Law Offices recognizes the emotional aspect involved in each family related matter, and we also realize the significant impact that a family law matter has on the lives of our clients and their loved ones. For this reason, we handle family cases in a manner that is both professional and considerate. Because we understand the incidental pressures and emotions involved in these processes, we give special attention to each issue involved in order to eliminate as much of the additional stress that may arise during this process as possible – for you and your loved ones.
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Servicing Grand Rapids, East Grand Rapids, Ada, Cascade, Lowell, Rockford, Wyoming, Jenison, Grandville, Hudsonville,
Caledonia, Kentwood, and Surrounding Communities.


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situation. The information on this website is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship, and viewing of this information does not constitute such a relationship.