Atticus Family Law is dedicated to helping families resolve their legal issues with
dignity and respect. Our attorneys work to find the best solution for you and help
families move past a difficult situation.

Family Law

We handle matters in
all areas of family law.


Decades of
experience and skilled trial expertise.

Child Custody

We will fight for your
parental rights.

Property Division

Protecting our clients’
financial rights.

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