As a Peace Maker collaborative family law attorney and mediator, Anthony J. Diaz is passionate about guiding those going through a divorce in reducing conflict with a more peaceful outcome to move forward more positively.
Ms. Caputo, who joined the firm in 2003, leads the Divorce and Family Law practice group. Her main goal in representing clients in this area is to bring about a resolution in the most efficient and effective way possible, while still providing personalized attention. She supports her clients through their most difficult times, with compassion, patience and understanding of the law.
Cristi Michelle Trusler is the Managing Partner at Trusler Legal PLLC. Her skills include Litigation, Mediation, Collaborative Law, Legal Research, Family Law, Civil Litigation, Arbitration, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Divorce Law, and Trials.
Laura L. Van Tassel is the founder of Van Tassel Law, specializing in family law with a particular concentration on mediation and the collaborative process in divorce. She can practice in New Jersey and the United States District Court, District of New Jersey, and is actively involved with both the New Jersey State Bar Association, and the Bergen County Bar Association, and Women Lawyers in Bergen (WLIB)
Caroline Black Sikorske is admitted to the prestigious International Academy of Family Lawyers, a worldwide association of practicing attorneys who are recognized by their peers as experienced and skilled family law specialists in their respective countries. She is a diplomate of the American College of Family Trial Lawyers, a select group of 100 top U.S. family lawyers who practice sophisticated and complex family law matters. Caroline is one of the Top 10 2020 Florida Super Lawyers, attorneys who received the highest points during the Super Lawyers nomination, research and review process. She has been included in The Best Lawyers in America© in family law since 2006. She is Florida Bar Board Certified in Marital and Family Law, is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and is Martindale Hubbell AV Preeminent® Peer-Review rated.
Emily Faye Robinson, Esq. practices in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. She focuses on family law and mediation.
Patricia Saint James specializes in the area of domestic relations. Her practice in this area is sophisticated, characterized by complex litigation involving valuation of assets, custody disputes, tax analysis and jurisdictional issues, as well as the drafting of Divorce Agreements and Pre- Nuptial Agreements. A past chair of the Family Law Section of the Boston Bar Association, she has worked extensively with the Massachusetts Legislature, the Courts and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue to shape legislation, train other lawyers and enhance the practice of family law in the Commonwealth. She has co-authored the chapter on valuation for the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education Divorce Law Practice manual, and is often called upon to teach seminars in the areas of business valuation, taxation, jurisdiction and real estate, and to serve as a special master in complex business disputes.
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.
Fernanda Pedroso is an associate attorney at Evan H. Baron & Associates, having joined the firm in May 2015. Mrs. Pedroso practices exclusively in the area of Family and Collaborative law. Her experience and approach to family law matters provide clients with efficient and effective resolutions that promote the best interest of her clients and their children. She believes families are better served when they are encouraged to find common ground rather than turning their lives into a battleground.