Outside of the office, my wife and I try to maximize our family time and we enjoy... more
Outside of the office, my wife and I try to maximize our family time and we enjoy spending time with our daughter. In addition, I am a proud and fervent supporter of the Second Amendment, I enjoy a round of golf if schedules permit, and I serve on several boards in the community.
Ms. Kresky is a partner at Ichter Thomas where she represents high net worth... more
Ms. Kresky is a partner at Ichter Thomas where she represents high net worth individuals in complex domestic relations matters (divorce, equitable division, custody, modifications, paternity, legitimation, grandparent rights, domestic violence, contempt, post-divorce litigation, and trust/estate litigation). She also drafts and litigates pre and post nuptial agreements. She has substantial exp... view profile
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