State Department’s Restriction on G-4 Visas

The State Department’s restriction on G-4 visas prevents members of the LGBTQ community from many countries from living and working in the US. We agree with the IAFL and AAML that it is discriminatory and erodes the civil rights gains of recent years.Please contact your legislators to protest this unfair restriction: https://www.usa.gov/elected-officialsTo read the IAFL and…

Richard West Speaks at FACP 6th Annual Conference May 19

After litigating financially complex and high asset divorces for over 25 years, Board Certified Specialist Richard West was one of the first lawyers in Orlando to use collaborative law to help clients successfully move on with their lives, with as little emotional and economic harm to their families as possible. He will conduct a workshop…

Richard West Speaks May 4 at AAML Florida’s 40th Annual Institute

Board Certified Specialist Richard West is committed to paying it forward. He frequently shares his experience and knowledge about family law matters, collaborative law approaches and law practice management with his colleagues to help them provide exceptional service to their clients. Richard and Valuation & Litigation Services’ Adam Magill will conduct an interactive session on…

Orlando Magazine, 2018 Best Lawyers

Richard West was named one of Orlando Magazine’s 2018 Best Lawyers in this month’s issue. For over 13 years, other Orlando area attorneys have selected him to this list for his work in marital and family law. Inclusion is based on a peer-review survey asking established local lawyers to name top practitioners in their particular…

LawProCLE Webcast with Shane Herbert

In a LawProCLE live webcast on February 2, 2018, Shane Herbert presented a general overview of Family Law Basics to benefit attorneys new to the area of family law. He discussed initial consultations, client intake, temporary and permanent relief, mediation, children’s issues and discovery. During the webcast, he answered specific questions from attorneys.“Practicing family law…