Posted by Garrett
Frances Oliveri was extremely helpful in amicably resolving all issues pertaining to my divorce. In addition to being trustworthy, responsive, and knowledgable, Frances was considerate, kind, and a pleasure to work with. There were many difficult moments during the divorce process where I was in need of expert, timely, and rational guidance. Frances was always there for me during those times. She was that much needed voice of reason in the sea of emotion that I sometimes found myself in. From beginning to end, Frances helped me keep my eyes on the ultimate goal of ensuring the care and consideration of my three children. Always level-headed, reasonable, and understanding, Frances was able to both 'be on my side' and to cooperatively point the way forward with my ex-spouse's lawyer. In the end, we settled out of court in a way that satisfied both parties. Most importantly for me, the things I had put in place for my children remained in place. I feel confident about the future knowing that my children will be taken care of and that I will be with them much of the time. Frances was instrumental in making this happen: I consider myself blessed to have had her as my counsellor.
Posted by Airmonter
Frances Oliveri is a compassionate and extremely capable attorney who helped us win several victories in family court. Frances encouraged us to hire some third party experts (an employability expert and a forensic accountant) to evaluate my ex-husband and debunk many of his false claims. She also challenged him to provide medical evidence of his claim that he was unable to work, which he could not prove. This turned out to be a good strategy, and the magistrate not only dismissed his claim to reduce child support, but she found him to be willful in non-payment of past-due child support. He went to jail for 10 days, before deciding to pay what he owed! Frances alo successfully petitioned the court to make my ex-husband pay our legal expenses, and that was granted as well. Frances is tough and comnposed in the court room, and compassionate on a personal level. We can't say enough how much we appreciated having her on our side.