Marcia J. Mavrides, Attorney
Marcia Mavrides has been a family law attorney for over 25 years. Her areas of practice include divorce, separation, custody, visitation/parenting plans, child support/college expenses, alimony, income attribution, asset division, parental relocation, paternity, grandparents rights, guardianships, modifications, contempt proceedings, restraining orders and mediation.
She owes her success to her ability to work closely with each client, helping them toward a comprehensive and clear understanding of the legal process and its impact on their lives. Her goal is to work toward a fair resolution that provides clarity and predictability for her clients long after the legal matter has concluded. Attorney Mavrides works with her clients to develop a greater understanding of the many complexities that confront them in a divorce, including: real estate, retirement, financial planning, tax implications, health insurance and employment matters. Attorney Mavrides not only has extensive experience in these areas, but she works closely with other professionals to ensure that each of her clients is afforded the most comprehensive representation in their case. It is Attorney Mavrides' priority that each client receive timely communications and advice at every stage of the legal process, so they are empowered to determine the best terms for settlement or whether to proceed to trial.
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