Getting to Know Feinberg & Waller

Feinberg & Waller is a law firm that specializes in family law. We handle custody matters, division of property, pre-marital agreements, post-marital agreements. We help families transition and go through what is very often a very, very difficult experience in their lives.

I think without a doubt the most important thing you should look for when hiring a family law attorney is expertise. You need to make sure that you're being represented by somebody who knows what they're doing. I'm a certified family law specialist, certified by the state bar of California. You have to demonstrate that you have expertise in the area of family law to become a certified. We have three certified family law specialists. At the core of our firm's culture is our devotion to our clients. We perceive the needs and the concerns associated with our clients, and we approach our cases with a unique team approach where we have a supervising partner, an associate attorney, paralegal and law clerks.

Our job is to take you from where you are right now to out of the system, on with your life, with as little inconvenience and drama as possible. Each client has access to the senior partner, the associate, the law clerk, the paralegal, the administrative staff.

Everybody in this firm is here for them. I tell my clients that no matter where you are right now, no matter what you're feeling, no matter what you're experiencing right now, a year from now, you're gonna be in a much better place. That's almost the only guarantee the lawyer can give somebody. And the reason you're gonna be in a better place is because you're going to be guided through this process by a team that knows what they're doing, who has experience in what they are doing, and who is devoted to getting you the best result we possibly can under the law.

If you think you need legal help or if you'd like to schedule a consultation so that you can speak with me, you should call Feinberg & Waller and ask to speak to one of our case intake managers. The case intake manager will explain to you the process of setting up an initial consultation, will obtain some initial information from you to make the consultation more meaningful,  so I have some information about your matter before we start to speak. And they can walk you through the general process and answer any general questions you may have.