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Divorce & Family Law, Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support

Scott D. Goldman is the managing member of Goldman Law, LLC. Mr. Goldman founded Goldman Law, LLC on the principle that everyone deserves professional... (more)

"I put off dealing with my custody agreements out of stress and fear. I was scared of what could happen and having my worst fears come to fruition. Scott Goldman helped ease my nerves every step of the way. Was I still stressed? Of course but he gave me the knowledge I needed going into each situation to help out me at ease. I finally stuck with it and completed my case! If it wasn't for Scott I wouldn't have my baby safe and protected while sleeping soundly for once! Everyone at Goldman Law, LLC is amazing and you will not regret working with them!!! I promise!"

  1 year ago     Ashley Keenan

"I can not say enough in this review to truly express my gratitude to Goldman Law. Scott and his team are incredible. Honest and very knowledgeable, I would not have made it through the last year without them on my side. Scott protected my assets from being extorted by my ex-husband post divorce and he did so quickly and efficiently. The fee's were more than fair for the amount of time Scott spent protecting me from all angles and he even succeeded in getting my fees back to me . The office staff is incredibly friendly and personable. Not only did Scott protect my money but he was also a huge emotional support after several years of domestic violence. Thank you Scott and Shannon for everything."

  1 year ago     Shana Jones

"Jonathan Goldman worked with me on my case. He worked very diligently and expeditiously to get matters resolved. Unlike lawyers in the past he followed up appropriately and worked with my timeline. Jonathan also did not nickel and dime me for every little thing like my past lawyer. He was extremely fair with his pricing and what I paid was well worth his legal services. Above all he is extremely professional and a realist. He will not promise things that he knows will not happen and he will discuss the reasoning behind his thoughts. If you need an attorney that works hard for the customer I HIGHLY recommend him. I would also like to thank Shannon who is their paralegal. She is also very professional and was extremely helpful in everything. Thank you Goldman team for this win!"

  1 year ago     Carlos Zapata

"Scott Goldman and team by far exceeded my expectations! They were patient and understanding of our needs. I would highly recommend the firm for you family law needs. Scott explained the entire process and everything went went exactly as I expected. Again I would highly recommend their services!"

  1 year ago     Bill Keenan

"Scott and his associates are an incredible team to have in your corner. Scott made the process of a difficult trial easy to understand. I always felt comfortable working with them. I would highly recommend their services."

  1 year ago     Christopher Cumming

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