|Massachusetts - MA||26 years|
|New York - NY||32 years|
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Mr. Fields believes that while the law is always critical in a family law case, his experience has taught him that most of the time it is the psychodynamics of the parties and counsel that determine whether and how a case settles. That is why process is so critical to resolution — and why choosing the right “container” is vital. Put another way: “getting there” is important but the way you get there is just as important. Mediation may work for some clients. Collaborative Law may work for others. Sometimes, a more traditional representation or litigation is appropriate. Often, there may be a creative combination of processes that will suit a certain dynamic.