Why do I practice Family Law?
In short, because it matters. It matters to my clients to know that their attorney is dedicated to their cause, is a fierce advocate of their rights, is a skillful negotiator of their positions, a persuasive litigator of their case, and a seasoned practitioner of family law. It matters to my clients to know that their attorney “gets it;” not just the law, the issues, the judges, and opposing counsel, but understands them; that they are going through one of the most difficult and emotional turmoils in their life. It matters to my clients to know these things, and therefore, the effective practice of family law matters to me.
The Family Law Department at JacksonWhite, P.C.
In 2010, I joined the Mesa law firm of JacksonWhite as a Family Law Attorney. I handle all types of family law, including divorces, paternity actions, child custody, child support, relocation and jurisdiction issues, adoptions, termination of parental rights and parental severance actions, title 8 guardianships, spousal maintenance cases, division of marital property and debts, pre-nuptial agreements, post decree modifications and enforcement of custody and divorce orders, mediation services, grandparent visitation cases, and domestic violence issues. He is licensed to practice law in all Arizona State Courts, as well as the United States District Court, District of Arizona, and serves clients throughout the Phoenix metro area.
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