Moore Family Law, and Family

December 19, 2008

FAMILY LAW, TRUSTS AND ESTATES and… FAMILY
One of the best things about working in a small firm like Moore Family Law is that the firm itself feels like a second family to me. The firm doesn’t follow a traditional hierarchy typically found in a large law firm; rather, Moore Family Law has an organization similar to the equilateral roles of a family, with complementary roles for each family member.

JENNIFER MOORE and LITIGATION
Jennifer’s role is as the head of the family. She talks to the family about what our goals are, and then makes choices for the firm about how to get there. In our legal work, Jennifer is the litigation-focused one. She loves going to court and arguing our side of the case to a judge.

EMILY MATSON and THE SETTLEMENT TRACK
My role is as supporting partner to Jennifer. I help Jennifer accomplish the goals the firm has set, and I follow through on the tasks delegated to me. I’m also the settlement-focused one in the group. I like to solve the divorce or child custody issues with the other side, to try to keep us out of court. However, when it’s clear a settlement isn’t going to be in our client’s best interest, Jennifer usually takes over in the courtroom.

TOM MOORE and BARB HAGBERG
Our family includes good supporting members as well. We have Tom, who makes sure the house (office) is maintained and that we have the resources we need to function to the best of our ability for our clients. We also have a new member of the family, our paralegal Barb, who can also take on some of the supporting tasks, and who can be a convenient contact for our clients.

FAMILY LAW and TRUSTS AND ESTATES — IT’S MORE THAN A JOB
Most people are lucky to have a job at all these days, and I count my blessings that not only do I have employment, but that I get to work with people who are like a second family to me.

MOORE FAMILY LAW – Representing Your Family’s Future

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