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Our Mission...

Our goal is to aggressively fight for justice on behalf of the CARING PARENT involved in contentious custody battles. We try to promote love, loyalty, safety and inter-generational cohesiveness within families, so that adults and children thrive and are empowered individuals.

Our core goal is to protect the rights of caring families to raise their children, express their culture, beliefs and lifestyle within the privacy of their own homes. We believe that this is an inalienable right protected by the Constitution of the United States.

It is our responsibility to speak out, publish and file complaints against those who intrude upon these rights or act in an unethical or improper manner when dealing with our clients.

Respect for our clients' confidentiality, and our willingness to aggressively defend their rights is an integral part of our work.

We offer solutions to high conflict divorce by providing alternatives to litigation, when that can be achieved:

  • Therapeutic mediation

  • Parent coordinator support

When there is NO alternative to litigation:

  • We aggressively provide non-attorney consultation, forensic legal evaluation of your case, and Court submissions, filings and presentations, to help you gain custody!

  • We go where others fear to tread. We protect client confidentiality, dignity and your legal & civil rights.

  • We provide on-going therapeutic advocacy while supporting our clients through the Family Court litigation process.

  • We also support Civil Court and Federal Civil Rights actions on behalf of clients, to ensure they receive legal justice and appropriate compensation for their families! 

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