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Denise Gentile receives the highest judicial endorsement from Veterans In Politics
Published on Tue, Mar 18, 2014 (9:17 a.m.)Endeavor Media Group, a Las Vegas-based company specializing in political consulting and public relations proudly announces that the voting panel members of Veterans In Politics' Judicial Endorsement Interviews have unanimously agreed to wholly endorse and support Denise Gentile, 2014 candidate for Clark County District Court's Family Division in Department F. Denise Gentile voluntarily participated in a public interview of panelist made up of community members with various education and business backgrounds.
Gentile brings over 20 years of family law experience and a practical outlook to the court and the clients that she proudly serves. She has represented individuals from all walks of life - the famous and the little-known, the wealthy and the working class, the young and the old. Practice areas include divorce, child custody, child support, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, post-divorce disputes, relocation requests and defense, adoptions, termination of parental rights and protective orders. Delivering competent legal counsel with a level of concern and compassion, and confidence has translated into years of referrals from previous clients. Plainly put, Denise Gentile genuinely cares about her clients and treats their legal matters with the utmost care and compassion. For information visit gentileforjudge.com.
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Established in 2011, Endeavor Media Group is a Las Vegas-based company specializing in political consulting and public relations with an expertise in media and events. For information visit emgnv.com.
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