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Divorce and Family Law

We Assist You With Your Divorce and Family Law Needs

The Law Office of Ellen S. Kief assists you with your Divorce and Family Law needs. It is possible to produce outstanding legal results through a cooperative approach in resolving spousal and family discord. We make every effort to negotiate an amicable, fair and reasonable settlement and avoid escalating tension and hostilities. While we always strive for settlement, our resolve is to advocate for you to achieve financial security and keep family matters in the best interest.

Sometimes however a settlement cannot be reached despite the best efforts of attorneys and clients. If trial is necessary we represent you and proceed forward from a position of strength.

We are committed to discussing every aspect of your case with you, thus avoiding confusion and discomfort. We are sensitive to our clients' individual needs and we are dedicated to delivering prompt, practical advice.

We listen to you, answer your questions, and give you clear explanations of what your options are. We show you how best to proceed, step by step. We advocate for your rights with determination and we work with you according to you needs in order to help you find the best possible solution.

We stay focused on your case every step of the way.




  • Divorce and Family Practice

    • Preparing for Divorce-Contested and Uncontested
    • Divorce/Separation Filing and Process
    • Child Support,Custody,and Visitation
    • Alimony
    • Property and Asset Division
    • Business Valuation
    • Separation Agreements
    • Court Appearances and Civil Contempt