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Prior to joining Men’s Rights Law Firm, Mr. Brook was a prosecutor for the State Attorney’s Office for three years and then defended numerous clients in family law and criminal defense cases while operating his own law firm.
Being a very involved father of two children himself, Mr. Brook understands how important it is for men to have their rights protected as co-equal parents, not only...
In addition to practicing law, Mr. Henry has also been an educator to many of his peers on how to become aggressive trial lawyers and how to handle various types of cases. Mr. Henry is a frequent speaker for bar and other trade and professional...
From 1994-2015 Timothy was a highly decorated police officer in the Town of Hamburg Police Department, leading his department in DWI arrests from 1998-99, receiving the Police Officer of the Year award in 2001, and being recognized with numerous other awards, accolades, and achievements.
For the past 23 years, Candace has devoted her law practice to assisting individuals and businesses through the difficult process of re-organization, examination of all options, and filing for protection under the federal bankruptcy law.
Candace has fought for the rights of numerous individuals and businesses facing economic uncertainty which has required representation in the federal Bankruptcy Courts, and advising individuals and businesses on a fresh economic recovery after bankruptcy.
Candace was a "military brat" and moved...
I’ve been practicing family/domestic relations law in Larimer County for about fifteen years and bankruptcy law for approximately eleven years. Although practicing in those areas of law (especially family law) can be challenging, I find it highly rewarding. I appreciate having the opportunity to help people through what is often the most difficult time in their lives. Whether it’s a divorce or a bankruptcy, my goal is to get my client through the process as painlessly as possible and...
University of Arkansas School of Law
Evelyn has been practicing law devoted to the areas of workers' compensation and Social Security disability since 1987. With over thirty years of experience she is a leader in Arkansas Workers' Compensation practice. She lectures on workers' compensation law in Arkansas at educational seminars and has spoken on panels for...
Daniel J. Henry, Jr. a partner in the firm Villarini & Henry, L.L.P., is a former Erie County Assistant District Attorney who concentrates his practice in Criminal Defense and Personal Injury/Negligence claims. He has extensive experience defending the rights of people arrested and accused of criminal offenses both in State and Federal Court. He is one of a select group of attorneys who is eligible to handle Death Penalty cases. In addition, Mr. Henry represents clients facing Grand Jury investigations; witnesses called before State and Federal Grand Juries; clients charged under the Federal RICO Statute; clients charged with white-collar offenses;...
Her impressive academic career includes graduating sixth in her class at Arizona Summit Law School, where she was a member of the Family Law Student Association, and received a Merit Scholarship, earned a place on the Dean’s List and received a Certificate of Service for her involvement in the community.
As a practicing attorney, Ms. Acevedo...
Elissa was admitted to the Texas Bar in 2016, but has served in various legal capacities since 2009....
University of Alabama School of Law
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