Family law attorney Eric W. Meyer tailors his strategic counsel to each client's unique situation, resources, and goals.
He devotes considerable energy to achieving a settlement for his clients. However, when litigation is necessary, Eric offers notable experience as a litigator, which he has gained during nearly a decade of practice.
Eric earned his law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law, where he wrote for the student newspaper, Motions. Eric is the co-author of a series of articles on domestic violence in the family law context, including on domestic violence restraining orders, which was recently published by the Daily Journal.
How do you work with clients?
In family law, I believe it really is about the destination and not the journey. From the outset, I focus on the most expeditious and beneficial resolution for my client. There is a significant distinction between working with purpose and working with a purpose.
How can your representation make a difference?
I truly believe that every case should settle, and I strive to obtain the best settlement possible for my clients. In high-stakes cases, litigation is often inevitable. I have significant experience as a litigator, including deposing and cross-examining parties, mental health professionals, custody evaluators, forensic accountants, and other experts and third parties.
What value do you deliver to clients?
I deliver the value of hard work, honesty and my skills as a negotiator and litigator.
Favorite past time?
I enjoy surfing, snowboarding, writing fiction, reading and spending time with my wife and children.
Areas of Practice
California, November 2010
Pi Kappa Alpha, University of Colorado
Our expert family law attorneys have been providing effective divorce representation in cases involving complex issues of property, spousal support and child custody since 1995. Contact our offices in Los Angeles or Irvine, California, to schedule a consultation about your family law matter.