Erin Patricia Farley, Principal
Our practice is based in a profound respect for our clients. The dissolution of a marriage is an emotionally charged and traumatic time. It is during this turmoil that clients are expected to make the most difficult decisions about their finances, their future, and the future of their children. We have a commitment to assuring that each client is treated with compassion, and that each client is fully advised of their rights, their options, and the impact that their choices will have for their future.
We are committed to honesty, integrity, and fairness. We will work zealously to further these values and to protect you, your children, and your emerging family.
Ms. Farley's work focuses on dissolutions, child support, child custody, spousal support, post-judgment support and comprehensive property division. She also handles pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements. For a respected family law attorney in Marin or Sonoma County, California, contact Erin Farley today.
Marin County Bar Association
Sonoma County Bar Association
UC DAVIS School of Law CARES Volunteer
"Jury Trial Rights for Minors",
Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy, 1999
California Supreme Court: Wasatch Property Management v. Syriah Degrate (2005), S112386, establishing right to 90-day notice for Section 8 Tenants.
California Appellate Court: In Re Tyler D (2003), depublished, establishing rights as a "putative mother", under Equal Protection, for a non-biologically related mother who had raised a child from birth.
|Honors & Awards:|
Equal Justice Fellow 1999-2001
Operating in both Marin and Sonoma Counties:
Weekends By Appointment.
In Order To Best Serve Our Clients, We Make Ourselves Available During Evening And Weekend Hours By Appointment Only.
We Try To Make The Process As Easy As Possible, So We Utilize Email, Fax, And Fedex As Much As Possible To Minimize Travel Time And Scheduling Conflicts. The Last Thing We Want Is For You To Have To Choose Between Your Children, Your Employment And Your Legal Matter.
$250 per hour.
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