Our Focus is You
Our practice is devoted exclusively to family law matters, enabling us to provide the highest level of skill and attention to our clients. Kelly Snodgrass and her staff are skilled not only in evaluating your case and helping you prepare, but in understanding what you are going through emotionally, financially, and logistically. We treat our clients as a whole person, not just their legal issues, and focus on reducing conflict, protecting assets, and valuing children’s needs. Whether you are facing divorce, child custody issues, parenting time disputes, asset valuation needs, child support modifications, maintenance establishment, maintenance modification, common law marriage issues, division of property, or any other number of related issues, we can help.
Kelly Snodgrass is a strong and skilled litigator, having practiced for well over a decade. Her diverse background and professional experience provide her with the skills and experience to adapt to a variety of client needs. We pride ourselves on being a fully custom firm and take the time with each client to customize our services to your needs, and develop a strategy and financial plan to accommodate your goals.
At Snodgrass Law, we recognize the need for a variety of representation options at a variety of price points.
We provide mediation services for family law matters, small business disputes, interpersonal disputes, landlord/tenant and more.
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Her integrity and professionalism are impressive. Kelly went way above and beyond any expectations. Her compassion helped give me the courage to redesign my life and move forward in a positive way.
I just wanted to say thank you for representing me this past year. I know it is your job…but you worked very hard for me and I appreciate that. It was not easy, so thank you. I could not have done it on my own. I don’t know where I would have ended up without you. You gave me a place to vent and kept me from doing or saying stupid things. These things have made you something more like a friend to me than an attorney when I needed that most of all. So again, thank you for all that you have done for me and my girls.
Having worked with several different lawyers in the past on a prior divorce case, Kelly restored my faith that there really are exceptional attorneys.
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