David L. Callahan, Attorney
David Callahan represents a wide variety of clients - from the young to elderly, middle class to wealthy, and salaried employees to business owners - in all stages of the domestic relations action. He and his team represent both men and women, and they may be same-sex or opposite sex partners.
Having handled over 300 divorce matters in recent years, Attorney Callahan takes the time to help his clients truly understand how the legal process works. One of his first pieces of advice to new clients is taking a field trip to the courthouse that will handle your case, observe the mannerisms and personality of your assigned judge, and watch how he or she conducts hearings and controls their courtroom. Since each judge interprets the law a little differently, you will gain valuable insight into the judge’s thought process.
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