Why do I do high conflict child custody cases?

Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C. posted in Child Custody on Wednesday, June 22, 2016.

By: Allison Schreiber Lee

I help clients with high conflict child custody cases because I was that child whose parents couldn’t talk without screaming. I was that child who felt guilty for loving one parent because of my fear of injuring the other. I was the child who felt like she had to protect her siblings, but from what, she wasn’t sure.

I was that parent who wanted to protect her children from that over which I had no control. I was the parent who worried, without being able to figure out exactly why, when my children were not with me. I was the parent who did not want a divorce but realized years later it was the right thing to do.

I am that attorney who will fight for my clients but with good reason. I am that attorney who will tell my clients when continuing to fight may do more damage than good. I am that attorney who will not make promises for things I know are unlikely to happen. I am that attorney who can help parents through the maze of emotions and law, to bring them and their children to the other side.

I handle high conflict child custody cases because I have been there and felt that and experienced it all from the inside. I handle high conflict child custody cases to help my clients help their children. I handle high conflict child custody cases because if parents can do the right thing in their divorce, their children will be better for it.

If you have a family law issue or concern, the family law attorneys at Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal can help you.

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Allison Schreiber Lee

Allison Schreiber Lee

Allison Schreiber Lee is a seasoned trial attorney and has been lead counsel in more than 40 jury trials. In 2011, Ms. Schreiber Lee was co-lead counsel in one of the longest jury trials in the history of the City of St. Louis. Ms. Lee has also tried more than 100 non-jury trials to verdict, including representation in divorce and modification hearings.