Family Law

The first word in family law is just that, family.
We’ll always keep this at the forefront no matter which method you choose to resolve your case.

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Our goal is to help you reach a resolution as efficiently as possible and provide you with a strong foundation as you move forward with your life.

Often when dealing with emotional and heated disputes, it takes an individual with strong interpersonal skills to help bring the conflict to a reasonable and fair conclusion. We not only have legal expertise, but also have extensive communication and dispute resolution training.

Frequently, issues arise during the separation process that require legal advice in areas such as business, real estate, estate planning, criminal law and employment law. Since our firm has expertise in all these areas our clients have an advantage and this distinguishes us from most other family law firms.

Our practice includes negotiation, collaborative practice, mediation,
arbitration and litigation

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Strategy

Behind each custom strategy that we develop is an underlying method of practice.
Explore your options to find out which approach seems best for you and your family.

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Family Law

We think about law a lot.
Sometimes we even write it down.

May 14th 2020

Fraud Alert – An Awareness Letter To Our Clients

To our valued clients, We wanted to address a recent security incident involving fraudulent activity from an unknown source impersonating Mario Merochi, one of th...

July 16th 2018

Collaborative Law chosen for family law battles

Originally published in: Law Times, June 19, 2017 Written By Marg. Bruineman The confrontational scenario of two former lovers who are now feuding adversaries du...

July 16th 2018

Collaboration thrives when litigation off the table

Originally published in Law Times, July 24, 2015. Written by Deborah Graham and Nicola Savin Collaborative lawyers have removed a significant tool from their neg...