Practice Areas

 James T Flaherty And His Team Are Experienced And Innovative

James Flaherty and other attorneys at Flaherty Legal Group focus on handling family law. All attorneys at the firm are experienced in litigation, arbitration, mediation and collaboration methods of resolving domestic divorce and post-divorce disputes.

 

Approach To Mediation And Trial In Divorce Matters

Attorney James Flaherty  regards trials as expensive and damaging in divorce cases and believes that litigation should only be undertaken when all other options are exhausted. However, in spite of a number of mediation alternatives built into the judicial system, in some cases trial becomes the only option, This usually happens in cases where one partner refuses to compromise or has been abusive in a relationship.

Attorney Flaherty brings decades of litigation experience to the table in every case that reaches trial, and is recognized by the legal community as a tough advocate for his clients.  In the courtroom Mr Flaherty strives to attain results his clients believe they deserve.

 

Attorney Flaherty And The Flaherty Legal Group Represent Children

Flaherty Legal Group is determined to help children through challenging times through their work as Guardian ad Litem (by representing minor children in state family courts) and Attorneys for minor children (AMC)

50 Years Of Combined Team Experience

James T Flaherty and the firm’s attorneys have decades of experience helping clients navigate through a number of domestic issues including:

Divorce mediation

Same-sex marriage and divorce

Division of the marital home

Equitable distribution of assets

Enforcement of orders

Guardian ad Litem

Divorce

Divorce litigation

Father’s rights

Restraining orders

Child support

Spousal support

Child visitation

Prenuptial agreements

Property settlements

Post-nuptial agreements

Divorce arbitration

Attorney for minor children

Gay and lesbian family law

Appellate work

Child custody

Post-divorce order modifications

Paternity

Domestic violence