Practice Area

DIVORCE

Whether or not there are children involved, a divorce can be a difficult and emotionally draining process. Erica can help you navigate the legal system and work toward a resolution that works for you and your family. Sometimes that means litigating in court and sometimes that means working to settle your case outside of court. Erica has years of experience representing parties going through one of the most difficult times in their lives. If you are considering a divorce or already in the process of a divorce proceeding, we would be happy to meet with you to discuss your case.

CUSTODY

Oftentimes parents have children in cases where they have not been married but decisions about custody and parenting time still need to be made. Erica can help you with your custody case. She has represented both parents as well as children in custody cases, and she approaches custody cases from the best interest of the children. If you have questions about custody or parenting plans, contact Erica to discuss your case.

INFANT GUARDIANSHIP

In an Infant Guardianship case a person who is not a biological parent to the child is seeking a court order of custody. If you are a grandparent or another person seeking custody of a child, Erica can assist you with an Infant Guardianship case. Erica approaches these cases looking toward the best interest of the child. She would be happy to meet with you to discuss your case.

ADOPTION

Are you considering adopting a child? Erica handles private adoptions as well as adoptions through the DHHR. She has years of experience working with families to help their dreams of becoming parents to come true.

WILLS/POWER OF ATTORNEY/MEDICAL POWER OF ATTORNEY

End of life planning is never easy or pleasant to think about. However, it is important to make these decisions early while you are still able to do so. Erica can help you with the drafting of a will to ensure that your wishes are followed with respect to your belongings. She can also help with the creation of a durable power of attorney to allow someone to help you with your banking or other legal decisions in the event that you are no longer able to do so. She can also help you create a medical power of attorney document to appoint someone to make medical decisions and to set out your advanced directives in the event that you become incapacitated in the future.