Eric W. Meyer

Associate

Phone 310.277.9747

FAX 310.277.4847

Email ewm@molfamlaw.com

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.

Q&A with Eric W. Meyer

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.

Eric W. Meyer


Areas of Practice

Family Law


Bar Admissions

California, November 2010


Education

  • University of San Diego School of Law, J.D., 2010
  • University of Colorado, B.S., Honors, Major: Journalism and Advertising, Emphasis in English, 2007

Published Works

  • “Shared kids and DVROs can put parties in a precarious position,” Daily Journal, Co-author, August 22, 2019
  • “DVRO hearings may feel like criminal proceedings, but mind the differences,” Daily Journal, Co-author, July 9, 2019
  • “Is this a domestic violence case,” Daily Journal, Co-author, May 28, 2019
  • University of San Diego Law School, Motions, Staff Writer

Fraternity

Pi Kappa Alpha, University of Colorado


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