Myra Fleischer Joins Communities at Washington Times as New Columnist
“Legally Speaking” will address all aspects of the legal system, from the deadly serious to the clearly ridiculous.
Monday, September 12, 2011
(San Diego) – Despite cynicism about the law, it can provide you justice, protection, and ensure your rights. It can be exasperating, and at times, wildly entertaining.
Family law attorney Myra Fleischer will explore all aspects of this fascinating topic in Legally Speaking, her new national column for Communities at Washington Times.
The column will publish on a regular basis and cover a wide variety of topics. The divorce of former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, and the challenge of battling bullying for parents are among the initial columns.
A fear of the legal process is often due to simple unfamiliarity with it. Fleischer hopes to guide readers both as an advocate and keen observer of the system.
Family law attorney Myra Chack Fleischer, CFLS, has been practicing law since 1997 and in 2001 founded Fleischer & Ravreby, Attorneys At Law in Southern California. Today, the firm focuses on divorce and other family law areas such as custody, support, division, and agreements. Fleischer has an uncommon combination of legal, accounting, parenting, and psychological skills and expertise that set her apart. Fleischer has skillfully guided thousands of clients through the emotional, financial, and practical upheaval of a family law case, bringing them out the other side with the ability to move forward toward a healthier, happier life. Today, Myra Fleischer is considered one of Southern California’s most prominent family law attorneys, and the “go to” choice for complex family law matters involving adoption, custody, domestic partnerships, pre and postnuptial agreements, and divorce. She is a much sought-after legal commentator among the news media.