Seasoned Family Law and Divorce Attorney - 25 Years of Experience - Hundreds of Cases
There are many different aspects to a divorce litigation and it is important to have an experienced family law attorney ...Read More
Divorce and Family Law Firm
For over 25 years, we’ve believed in a team approach, which typically includes an assigned attorney, as well as a paralegal and legal assistant to ensure that all cases have appropriate personnel focused on the goal at hand. Our entire staff believes that the best results are obtained through good, old fashioned hard work. We help our clients with a combined +50 years of litigation along with 25 years of family law experience.
While we are quite proud of our past accomplishments, we remain true to the ideals of compassion, tenacity, consistency, discipline and respect for others. We look forward to achieving results for our present and future clients with unwavering commitment to our ideals.
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I want to write you to thank you for your time and your expertise in family law. The way you handled my divorce situation was awesome. I couldn't have asked for a more professional and helpful person. I can't thank you enough for the work you accomplished in such a precise and efficient professional manor. It would be my pleasure to tell anyone looking for a divorce/family lawyer to hire you without any hesitation.
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