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Ankers opens law office in Wishek

Fargo-based family law attorney Alisha Ankers has opened a satellite law office in Wishek. Ankers, a Wishek native and graduate of Hamline University and University of North Dakota School of Law, will serve clients in that community and other sou...

Fargo-based family law attorney Alisha Ankers has opened a satellite law office in Wishek. Ankers, a Wishek native and graduate of Hamline University and University of North Dakota School of Law, will serve clients in that community and other south central communities in North Dakota from her office located at 117 S Centennial in Wishek. An open house will be held in the spring.

Ankers is National Board of Trial Advocacy certified and she is a member of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Ankers has received the “Great Plains Super Lawyer” rating for five consecutive years. Ankers specializes in family law areas, including divorce, adoption, child custody and wills, and she serves as a court-appointed child custody investigator and guardian ad litem.

To learn more about the services available, contact Alisa Ankers Law at (701) 476-6578 or (701) 452-4623 or visit her website at www.alishaankers.com .

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