Janell Weinstein is an attorney and legal commentator on television and radio. Her practice includes divorce, child support, alimony, custody, post-divorce judgment matters, domestic violence, domestic partnerships, and premarital agreements; and civil litigation.

Shauna Tesser-Friedman’s practice focuses on family and matrimonial law, including pre- and post-nuptial agreements, equitable distribution, the determination of separate property, spousal support, child support, post-judgment modifications and enforcement, and child custody and access. She represents clients in all aspects of settlement, litigation and the negotiation and drafting of agreements.

Morghan Leia Richardson is a divorce attorney, consultant and mediator in New York City. She is a partner at the law firm of Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP.

Experienced in litigation and family law issues that accompany Divorce, Morghan is a resource on issues like Custody, Child Support, Father’s Rights and Marital Property issues, including asset discovery and protection. She was named a New York Rising Star by Super Lawyers in 2013 onwards (Top lawyers under 40), and participates on the New York State Bar Association’s Section for Women in the Law.

Siobhan T. O’Grady joined Miller Zeiderman LLP in November 2018 after having served as the Principal Court Attorney to a Supreme Court Justice for five years and a Family Court Judge for almost three years. Prior to her employment with the Unified Court System, Ms. O’Grady also worked as an Assistant Deputy Borough Chief and Assistant Corporation Counsel in the New York City Law Department – Family Court Division, and as an Assistant County Attorney prosecuting neglect and abuse matters.

Mr. Greenstein joined the firm in 1992 and is a shareholder and director of the law firm. Before becoming a shareholder, Mr. Greenstein worked as an associate with the firm and as an associate at other Colorado law firms. Mr. Greenstein has been actively practicing law in Colorado since 1987. His 32+ year legal career has been focused primarily on family law, including divorce, prenuptial (premarital) agreements, cohabitation agreements, child custody and allocation of parental responsibility, child support, mediation, arbitration, and related matters.

Alexa (“Lexie”) Larkin is the owner and managing attorney of Larkin Law, LLC.  Since her admission into the Florida Bar, Lexie Larkin has practiced exclusively in the area of marital and family law.

Attorney Lexie Larkin has years of experience successfully resolving family law cases at all stages through the collaborative process, mediation, and litigation. Ms. Larkin handles various types of family law matters including those involving divorce, paternity, alimony, child support, parenting (“custody”), prenuptial agreements, and enforcement/modification. Ms. Larkin believes in balancing an assertive approach and common-sense strategies to help clients meet their goals as quickly and cost-efficiently as possible.

David continues to focus his practice primarily on the areas of consumer bankruptcy and family law. Numbers and spreadsheets are a central and fulfilling part of his legal work. Lastly, David’s practice is focused mainly in the Mecklenburg County area, but he will also work throughout the state when needs arise. So, please, do not hesitate to contact him. If he is unable to help you, he is more than happy to offer other options and other lawyers.

With years of experience as a mediator and trained in collaborative law and as a guardian ad litem, Denise Erich seeks to resolve disputes as fairly and amicably as possible through alternative dispute resolution options, such as mediation and collaborative law. Ms. Erlich is a fellow of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois and a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. Ms. Erlich is also a member of the DuPage County Bar Association, the DuPage Association of Women Lawyers, and the Illinois State Bar Association.

Attorney Bryna S. Klevan is an experienced family law attorney helping people navigate through the divorce process in Massachusetts. From the initial interview, through final judgment, Attorney Klevan works with clients to help develop the right approach for the client’s needs.

Whether it be providing support for mediation, working within the collaborative law model, or through traditional litigation, Attorney Klevan provides each client with the information and advice tailored to his or her own family situation. A graduate of Brandeis University and Suffolk University Law School, Attorney Klevan has been a Newton resident since 1988.

Sharon Oberst DeFala has been in practice as an attorney since 1992. Her clients include families, couples, and individuals. Sharon has helped her clients navigate all phases of life-cycle events.

In family law, she has helped clients with pre-and post-nuptial agreements, divorce and separation, custody, visitation, alimony, and child support. High net worth families trust Sharon to keep their family matters discreet and cost-effective, she works with other professionals that she brings in for key parts of the process, such as LMFTs (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist) and CDFPs (Certified Divorce Financial Planner), as necessary.  Families of more modest means avoid the pitfalls of litigation by working together with Sharon.