Evan Starcevic | Des Moines Divorce Lawyer | Iowa
STARCEVIC LAW is a Divorce & Family Law legal firm licensed to practice law in Iowa. We help individuals who agree on divorce and custody, as well as those who must fight divorce and custody. Our approach will be to negotiate and see if we can keep you out of court. If not, we represent you through trial.
Our West Des Moines office is conveniently located at 2700 Westown Parkway, Suite 410, West Des Moines, IA 50266, on the corner of 28th and Westown Parkway. Free Initial Consultations. Night and Weekend appointments available. Call us today at 515-661-4588.
Polk County Bar Association
Family Law Section, Iowa State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Knights of Columbus
Veterans of Foreign Wars
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Combat Engineer Platoon Leader; Al Anbar Province, Iraq; Operation Iraqi Freedom
Force Integration Readiness Officer, Joint Force Headquarters, Iowa National Guard
Commander, 3654th Maintenance Company, Iowa Army National Guard
Recipient, Combat Action Badge, Basic Parachutist Badge, Army Commendation Medal (4th Award), Air Force Achievement Medal, Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal
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