Review: “I used him for a child custody case. He is intelligent, knows the law, and can "read between the lines. " Most important, he will fight for you. He can handle a complex case. I would highly recommend.”
Practice areas & skills: Domestic Violence, Divorce & Separation, Child Support, Family, Adoption
Review: “He is the most understanding man I have ever met nada very caring person. He is a top notch lawyer very generous and I happened to meet his family at an event and he has three beautiful, polite, and smart daughters and a ...
Practice areas & skills: Domestic Violence, Estate Planning, Insurance, Trusts, Banking
Review: “Julie was so nice to work with. She fully explained the divorce process and told me in our first meeting the likely outcome. She understood what was important to me and concentrated on my goals. When we had to go to cou...
Practice areas & skills: Domestic Violence, Child Custody, Family, Divorce & Separation
During law school, I focused on family law and domestic violence, by interning at Life Span: Center for Legal Services and Advocacy, a non-profit organization offering civil legal representation to domestic violence survivors. My strong communica...
Practice areas & skills: Domestic Violence, Child Custody, Alimony, Child Support, Divorce & Separation
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If you are involved in a domestic violence case, you may want to hire an experienced domestic violence (DV) lawyer. A DV attorney can help protect you if you or your family have been the victim of domestic violence. An attorney can file restraining orders and make changes to your child custody agreement in order to protect you and your family. Conversely, if you have been accused of physically or mentally threatening someone close to you (e.g., a family member, boyfriend, girlfriend, or partner), you should contact a lawyer with experience in domestic violence cases. DV lawyers can also defend you against false accusations of domestic violence, which might otherwise put you at a disadvantage in divorce or child custody negotiations.