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. In family law matters, Ms. Lee has extensive experience in high conflict custody and high asset property division matters. Ms. Lee has counseled clients in matters involving mental health and addiction concerns, and emotional, verbal and physical abuse issues. She represents both men and women in divorces, motions to modify child support, custody and maintenance, and in seeking and defending against orders of protection.
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