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What Our Clients Say

They always had time to speak to me about my case and various actions that may have been taken.

Work with a Team Who Provides Support & Guidance

Jan 01, 2018

We understand these things and pride ourselves on understanding our client’s needs and wants as we give them support and guidance throughout their case.


Insights on Transparent Attorney-Client Relationships

Dec 07, 2017

As family law professionals, we recognize that transparency and trust are critical for reducing your uncertainty and stress.


Meet Your Team at Reese Law

Nov 15, 2017

Family law problems are hard, you don’t have to go through it alone, and with the right team properly assessing your case, your family can have peace of mind.


Protecting Families and Providing Value

Nov 01, 2017

Reese Law is dedicated to achieving the best for families. As experienced family law professionals, we seek to understand each family and what matters.


Breaking Up is Hard to Do. Don’t Do It Alone.

Oct 15, 2017

We understand that when a family breaks it’s not a two-dimensional, flat situation, it’s multi-dimensional, it’s complicated.


Interview: Ms. Reese is Pursuing a Master’s Degree in Counseling

Sep 05, 2017

Ms. Reese is interviewed about why she chose to pursue a Master's Degree in Counseling.


What You Should Know When Your Client Needs...

Sep 30, 2016

Does your client need a conclusion of value or a calculated value? Helpful article by David Leipnik, CPA, CVA


How Business-Owning Spouses Manipulate Income

Sep 15, 2016

What to Do If You Suspect Deception What Should an Attorney Do? 3 Actions If You Suspect Income Manipulation Discovery Leads to Justice


13 Things You Must Know if You Are Divorcing a Narcissist

May 16, 2016

Most people, understandably, will do almost anything to avoid going to court for any number of reasons, including the financial cost, the loss of privacy, the inevitable calcification of antagonism between you and someone you married, the pain it causes children and other family members, and the fear of putting your life in the hands of a complete stranger, sitting on a bench at the front of a courtroom. (Not to mention all those movies—Kramer vs. Kramer, The War of the Roses, The Squid and the Whale—that act as cautionary tales, the horror stories bounced around the Internet, and those of people you know.)


How Will We Protect the Children?

Oct 27, 2015

Whether they are children of intact, separating, divorcing, or unmarried families, children require the financial support of their parents. In fact, parents are obligated to provide support for their children. That is simple enough, but when parents are separating, divorcing, or unmarried, determining how much support must be paid, to whom the support is to be paid, the expenses to which the support is applied, and what to do if support is not paid, becomes very difficult.


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What Our Clients Say

They always had time to speak to me about my case and various actions that may have been taken.